One in four people experience a mental health problem in any give year.
Perceived stigma, failure to seek help and failures of policing organisations to support help-seeking have created a melting pot of despair for some officers.
Behavioural activation aims to increase engagement in activities we value, which boosts our chances of deriving pleasure and a sense of achievement from life.
Efforts to avoid stigmatising people from Muslim backgrounds seem to be coming at the unexpected cost of adding stigma to those with mental health issues.
Some child sex offenders don’t even realise what they are doing is wrong; they genuinely believe they are showing the children "love".
People with cognitive impairments are entitled to opportunities to engage meaningfully in society, so there must be legal reform to enable this.
While it's important to increase the diagnosis of depression and find a treatment plan that suits the individual, simply writing more scripts for antidepressants isn't the answer.
Young women (and men) have been dramatically restricting their calorie intake for centuries, but not all the symptoms of modern anorexia have always been present.
Throughout the medical profession, there is a culture of fear surrounding mental illness.
Thousands of people with mental illness are shackled in Indonesia even though the practice has long been banned. Why does the practice persist and how can we eliminate it once and for all?
The relationship between insomnia and mental illness is bidirectional: about 50% of adults with insomnia have a mental health problem; up to 90% of adults with depression have sleep problems.
GPs are worried that the WorkCover claims process worsens patients' health and are encouraging them to not pursue it, a study has found.
Sending mentally ill adults and children long distances for care is unacceptable and must end.
A study published in JAMA Psychiatry this week sheds light on the influence of psychiatric disorders on relationships and mating.
Most young people rely on music to make them feel better, and have had multiple experiences of this working. But if someone you know is struggling with mental health problems it’s worth having a chat.
Employers need to move beyond promoting mental health to preventing psychological harm at work.
The longer someone is unemployed, the worse their mental health gets and this can also hinder them from finding another job, research shows.
We make assumptions about people based on the words we use, and when we use the words 'the mentally ill,' those assumptions lead to lower levels of tolerance and acceptance.
Australian discrimination laws offer some protection for employees wanting to disclose their mental illness, but it doesn't make the decision any easier.
A survey has found more reports of discrimination than positive treatment of job seekers with a mental illness.