Dr Kelly Allen MAPS says research shows that a sense of belonging is important to ensure young people thrive at school
The risk of violence against women is usually higher in cultures that reinforce male superiority
Blended families are more common than ever but creating harmony at home isn’t always easy. Here’s what parents can do to help boost family togetherness.
Helping children to deal with worries and stress will help them grow into resilient adults.
The death of a brother or sister during the teenage years can affect how young people develop independence, romantic relationships and even career paths.
Young people who have a parent with cancer experience high levels of psychological distress. Open and honest communication is their primary unmet need and may reduce the distress they experience.
All children feel anxious when they’re growing up, but children affected by anxiety disorders experience extreme fear, nervousness and shyness, which affects their quality of life.
Living with family violence affects how children see themselves and the world around them, leading to a raft of negative consequences.
Infidelity is everywhere we look and before marriage most people say a cheating partner is a deal breaker. However, many couples later realise that relationships damaged by infidelity can recover.