Newsroom leaders need to have the mental health skillset on top of all the others


There is an old mantra in journalism: the reporter should never be the story.

That makes a lot of sense in terms of the ethics around objectivity. But what it also means is that journalists instinctively do not like talking about how the stories they cover can affect their mental health.

Fortunately there is a sea change underway according to John Crowley, a seasoned journalist and the co-founder of Headlines Network, a community that seeks to promote mental health conversations within the media.

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