How mental health hubs could stem the tide of mental health issues experienced by young people
How the Australian Open tennis players are reacting to life in hotel quarantine, what the public thinks of this, and what happens when we put people on a pedestal
As Melbourne opens up from lockdown, some people might feel nervous about socialising or going out again — especially those who were anxious before the pandemic.
Research from the UK suggests that during lockdown there might have been an overall reduction in anxiety, and an increase in wellbeing, in some young people
Under Medicare, you can already access ten subsidised sessions per calendar year with a registered psychologist, social worker or occupational therapist.
Humans are innately social, and when we are deprived of something, the need becomes even stronger
In times of uncertainty we look to others to guide our own behaviour as they set our social norms.
The health system needs to address the burden of over-use of GP services. Psychologists may have the answer: treat loneliness
Professor Tim Carey FAPS of the TV show How 'Mad' Are You? on why not all psychologists push to make a diagnosis of mental illness
Professor Tim Carey FAPS explains