Children with a parent with a mental illness are significantly more likely to develop their own mental health issues, yet little is done to intervene or prevent this.
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A focus on people's strengths not just symptoms or challenges is helping people with mental disorders achieve a better quality of life and avoid being defined by their condition.
Dr Susie Burke FAPS talks about how to aid people's recovery after a natural disaster.
Co-morbid refers to co-existing health or mental health conditions being experienced by one person. Many health conditions occur together, for example, a person with diabetes might also experience depression, or a person suffering anxiety might also have substance abuse issues. It is important to recognise co-morbidity so that this can be taken into consideration in developing…