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  • Jeanne Segal

    In Memoriam Jeanne Segal, Ph.D. (1939-2017)

    It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Helpguide co-founder and Editorial Director, Jeanne Segal, Ph.D.

    Dr. Segal devoted her life to helping people improve their mental, emotional, and social health. Over the course of a nearly 50-year career, she made innumerable contributions to the mental health field, including groundbreaking work on emotional intelligence, holistic health, attachment, and childhood trauma. Her work has been honored with numerous community service awards and her books have been translated into sixteen languages.

    Dr. Segal truly believed that each of us has the capacity to make life better for ourselves and others. Her legacy will live on through Helpguide.

    Donations in memory of Jeanne

    Helpguide was Jeanne’s great passion, and her final wish was to see it continue to thrive and reach the millions of people it helps around the world.

    You may honor Jeanne’s memory and lifework with a memorial contribution to HelpGuide. Donations can be made online by clicking here.

    Or you can mail a check to:

    Helpguide.org International
    1250 Sixth Street
    Suite 400
    Santa Monica, CA 90401

    HELPGUIDEORG INTERNATIONAL is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, ID #45-4510670.

    Dedicated to Morgan Leslie Segal

    HelpGuide is dedicated to Morgan Leslie Segal. For six years, she grappled with a condition that started as low self-esteem and worsened into major depression. She stuck with a single therapeutic mode and her prescribed medications even though the combination just made her worse. Finally, in desperation, she committed suicide just after her 29th birthday.

    Morgan loved the Internet. If she had access to the wide range of unbiased, motivating resources and self-help tools HelpGuide now provides, we believe her suicide could have been prevented.