By Bryan Robinson, Ph.D, Forbes
A lot has been written about mental health in the workplace and the risks of sharing a mental illness with coworkers or employers. September is National Suicide Prevention Month–an important time to address the unfortunate, widespread stigma that still exists about mental health and psychotherapy in America. Studies show that when everyone thrives in the organization, the organization thrives. But much more needs to be done to educate employers and employees about mental health wellness and suicide prevention.