Adobe and NAMI On Creativity and Mental Health

Student mental health is a topic we’re all paying attention to, especially post COVID, so this is timely and important.

Mental health conditions like depression, anxiety and loneliness are on the rise, and so the Adobe Foundation and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) joined forces to explore the connection between mental health, wellbeing and creative expression.

As part of this collaboration, the Adobe Foundation and NAMI released a new study, ‘Creative Approaches for Managing Mental Health, which surveyed nearly 2,000 people ages 13+ across the U.S. on how creativity makes a powerful impact on mental health, contributing to improved sense of confidence, reduced feelings of stress or anxiety and improved overall mental wellbeing.

More details in this blog post by my colleague Amy White.

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