The most common mental illnesses are now easier to treat than ever. At the same time, Americans are more willing to view mental problems as treatable illnesses. Some states now call for employers to cover equally the costs for both mental and physical health care, but employers are fighting federally mandated parity. A panel talks about changes in mental health care and who should pay for it.


  • Dr. Steve Mirin American Psychiatric Association
  • Dr. Mark Schiller Practicing psychiatrist
  • Mike Faenza President of the National Mental Health Association
  • Kate Sullivan Manager of health policy for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce


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