Top Celebrities Who Advocate and Help for Psychology and Mental Health Issues

Last Updated: January 9, 2024

Top Celebrities Who Advocate and Help for Psychology and Mental Health Issues

Celebrities are surrounded by their luxurious lifestyles and a loving fandom of their kind. But like everyone else, even they are susceptible to the struggles of psychological and mental illnesses.

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Celebrities today use their platforms to normalize, raise awareness, and advocate for their followers on the importance of understanding psychology and mental health.

Celebrities Helping for Psychology and Mental Health Issues


Zendaya has opened up about her struggles with anxiety while performing live on stage as well as suffering from depression during the pandemic. She has openly expressed her support for therapy.

The executive producer of Euphoria said that she takes the help of therapy for her mental health issues and recommends it to anyone who has the financial means to afford it.

Michael Phelps

Michael Phelps currently holds the highest records in the history of swimming than any other swimmer in history. He became a decorated celebrity despite struggling with mental health issues like ADHD and depression.

Due to this, the decorated Olympic hero Michael Phelps is not only a role model to aspiring Olympians but to everyone with psychological problems like ADHD and depression.

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Selena Gomez

Growing up as a Disney actress and a singer, which resulted in constant scrutiny, Selena Gomez developed anxiety and depression over the years. Since her diagnosis, she has openly advocated the importance of mental health.

She now openly shares her struggles through social media, her beauty brand- Rare, and her involvement with various platforms such as Wondermind. Gomez also won the 2019 McLean Award for Mental Health Advocacy.

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber has influenced millions of people around the world through his music. Along with the music, he has spent his time, money, and energy advocating for mental health issues like depression.

Recently, he gave away $100,000 in support of a fan who is advocating for mental health awareness. The money is intended to help raise awareness about depression, eating disorders, and suicidal tendencies.

Ariana Grande

How many times do you hear celebrities giving away millions of dollars as free therapy? Ariana Grande has given away about $6 million in collaboration with Betterhelp in support of mental health.

Ariana suffers from PTSD, anxiety, and depression on her own. As a celebrity, she has used her platforms and resources to voice psychological problems that prevail in the community.

Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan has publicly confessed about the traumatic experience of going back to his old self after playing the role of Killmonger in the Black Panther movie.

In an interview with Oprah, he talked about the stigma that surrounds mental health issues in the black communities. As a role model to many African Americans, his acknowledgment and support for this issue helped in many ways to create a positive outlook on mental health.

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato has tried to become a voice for people with bipolar disorder, eating disorders, depression, substance use, anxiety, and other mental health issues.

Through the Talkspace Access Project, her documentary, book, social media account, and various collaborations she has been on a mission to help young people in experiencing life better.

Chris Evans

Chris Evans is one of the most celebrated people in the world who plays the superhero, Captain America. His role in the Marvel movie was huge however the one he plays in advocating mental health is even bigger.

Captain America supports taking a mental health day off and going to sleep at 4 pm when you have anxiety. He openly talks about his anxiety and what he does to minimize or overcome it on his platforms.

Emma Stone

Emma Stone spoke up about her struggles with anxiety as a seven-year-old child. Diagnosing and treating mental health problems like physical health issues is one way to mitigate their impact.

Emma Stone came forward and spoke in support of seeking professional help for her mental health issues. She now collaborates with various organizations to educate people about psychological issues.

With a Thankful Note

We hope this story will resonate the mind of people to realize the importance of mental and psychological health. The people of world will be thankful to all these famous faces working extensively to advocate for the mental health and its value.

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