Most kids bounce back quickly after a disaster and there are several strategies you can use to help.
If you're feeling guilt or shame about something, there are several proven ways to move past it. First, take responsibility and, then, forgive yourself. Here's how to do that.
Worried about an uncertain future? A psychologist offers tips to overcome the stress.
You're just as likely to be a victim of a mass shooting as you are to be struck by lightning. So why do nearly 50% of Americans say they're afraid of being caught in the crossfire?
People with mental illness are at their most vulnerable when they're discharged from hospital. Without the support of family or friends at this time, they're less likely to recover.
In the face of the climate crisis, a lot of young people are experiencing eco-anxiety – here, a psychotherapist explains how to cope.
Music for pleasure, self-expression and emotional regulation.
Loneliness is often triggered by significant life events, and young people have these in abundance. But the solution isn't as simple as joining a group or trying harder to make friends.
Mental health researchers based at Queen's University in Canada and Oxford University in the U.K. are helping universities take the lead in developing improved student mental health care.
Sertraline is effective at treating mild and moderate depression.
Young people have reason to protest today and call for action on climate change. But they risk anxiety if they feel they are not heard and nothing is done.
In Nordic and Latin American countries, education systems promote well-being and resilience. The UK still has a lot to learn.
How gardening can make you happier and healthier.
Going to college can be a stressful experience that takes a toll on students' health and well-being. A higher education specialist offers tips to keep the stress at bay.
Around 20% of young Australian women had a diagnosis of depression or anxiety in 2017 compared with 12.8% in 2009. But the proportion of people reporting significant symptoms has remained stable.
Inequality, poverty, austerity, pollution and a faster pace of life all put strains on city-dwellers – but insights from psychology could help create a more supportive urban environment.
Worrying a lot or a little has nothing to do with being brave, strong or your character.
Because professional athletes are thought to be paragons of physical and mental toughness, their psychological health has long been a taboo topic. That's starting to change.
Those least likely to get professional help for their mental health conditions were girls, younger children, and children from non-English-speaking backgrounds.
Over half of Australian teachers suffer from anxiety and nearly one-fifth are depressed.