Mental Health @ Home by Ashley L. Peterson

Mental health begins at home – Your home base, your centre, your place of strength and support.

COVID-19 coping toolkit from Mental Health @ Home

The COVID-19 coping toolkit has lots of ideas to help you manage during this difficult time.


Book covers of Managing the Depression Puzzle, Making Sense of Psychiatric Diagnosis, and Psych Meds Made Simple

My newest book, Managing the Depression Puzzle, is available on Amazon and other online retailers, as well as the MH@H Store.  It’s a holistic, everything up to and including the kitchen sink approach to dealing with depression.

About the blog

This blog takes a no-holds-barred look at a variety of issues related to mental health.  It draws on my dual perspectives as a mental health nurse (and former pharmacist) and person living with treatment-resistant major depressive disorder.  

The goal is to raise awareness about mental illness, educate around a wide variety of mental health issues, and create a community where people can feel comfortable speaking openly about mental health without fear of judgment.

Mental Health @ Home regular features: Stop Stigma, debunking pseudoscience, book reviews, blogging and writing tips, emerging blogger series

Regular features

While MH@H is focused on mental health, other topics make a regular appearance, like debunking pseudoscience.  It’s all written with the same pragmatic, cut-through-the-BS approach.

I strongly believe that supporting one another makes for a better blogging community.  In that spirit, I run an emerging blogger series, which regularly features new up-and-coming mental health bloggers.

Under the Resource Pages menu, you’ll find all kinds of useful info, including A New Blogger’s Guide to the WordPress Community.

I post weekly mental health book reviews, and often feature books by fellow bloggers.


overview of the Mental Health @ Home Store: Freebies, ebooks, and mini-ebooks

The MH@H Store

Check out what’s new in the Mental Health @ Home Store!  It’s got my ebooks, several mini-ebooks, and lots of free downloadable mental health and blogging resources.



I’m a strong believer in speaking up against stigma.  Together, we’re a force to be reckoned with.  Let’s Stop Stigma

I’m exciting to have you join me on this journey!


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