In the articles and videos below, All Along helps shape how mental health is discussed in the media.

After seeing two of the therapists she recommended from the well-researched list she provided me, I have hope again and the road ahead seems less daunting.
— Kansas City area resident

July 1, 2019 Huffington Post
Coping with anxiety about being single.

June 27, 2019 The New York Times
Commentary on people using customer service like therapy.

May 11, 2019 Wall Street Journal
Benefits of talking to strangers.

March 19, 2019 Salon
Mental health implications of frequent Googling.

February 15, 2019 Hello Giggles and Yahoo
How partners can help someone who has experienced sexual assault.

January 8, 2019 Salon
Why people are doing the “Dry January” fad.

October 29, 2018 VICE
How to find affordable mental health treatment.

October 26, 2018 Apartment Therapy
Psychological factors in tiny house living.

September 18, 2018 Pecha Kucha Live Event, Chicago
Video of live 20x20 presentation (20 slides for 20 seconds each) on human behavior.

August 16, 2018  Huffington Post
Commentary on a psychology study about online dating and “leagues.”

July 16, 2018  Greatist
Getting through anxiety to fall asleep.

June 10, 2018  Salon Magazine
Approaches to fitness across generations.

April 19, 2018  Huffington Post
Signs that therapy is working.

March 27, 2018  Huffington Post
What millennials want in their romantic relationships.

March 21, 2018  Romper
Acts of kindness and exploring others' preferences.

February 7, 2018  Shape Magazine
How to find a therapist.

January 11, 2018  Huffington Post
What relationship issues millennials bring up in therapy.

November 16, 2017  Huffington Post
What millennials work on in therapy.

September 25, 2017 Medium
Psychological underpinnings in religious ideas about the rapture.

September 11, 2017  VICE
Misdiagnosis, PTSD, and finding the right therapist.

September 8, 2017  Teen Vogue
Anxiety related to social media. Rachel's quote was also cited on and the blog Fashion Lush.

August 29, 2017  Teen Vogue
Finding therapy for teens in different situations.

August 21, 2017  Caring Magazine
How singing in groups can benefit communities.

July 6, 2017  Romper
What parents can do if their child is being bullied.

July 4, 2017  Quartz
The benefits of mental downtime. (Same article was reposted by The Atlantic with Rachel's quote as the Facebook teaser.)

June 16, 2017  The Establishment
How to handle when parents are suicidal.

May 22, 2017  Racked
Exploring the TV/movie trope of the post-trauma haircut in article and video. Cross-posted on A.V. Club and Refinery29.

May 18, 2017  Dayton Daily News
Profiles Rachel and All Along online and in print. Article also appeared in Springfield News-Sun.

May 1, 2017  Brit + Co
How mental health can show up as physical symptoms.

April 26, 2017  The Culture Trip
Commentary on the hit show 13 Reasons Why.

February 22, 2017  Shape Magazine
How to become a morning person.

December 14, 2016  VICE
How to know if you need therapy after a difficult experience.

September 30, 2016  Quartz
How the Millennial generation is approaching therapy and religion.

September 20, 2016  Sierra Magazine
Mental health benefits of caring for the environment.

August 9, 2016  Huffington Post
How to adjust your family's sleep schedule.

July 21, 2016  Scientific American
Risks of diagnosing grief about the environment.

July 21, 2016  EverUp
Taking sabbaticals from work.   -  Contact

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