Social distancing is leaving older Americans more isolated and opening them up to serious health risks.
The virus threatens our health both directly and indirectly, placing the future of global happiness in serious jeopardy.
If you suspect someone you live with is depressed, follow these guidelines.
Our study found many ambulance staff felt ill-equipped to respond to these calls.
In the time of the coronavirus, learning how to adapt to adversity belongs in your toolkit.
A group of year seven students showed that relationships most of all – with friends, family and pets – gave their lives meaning.
LGBTQ people and organisations may be significantly impacted by the pandemic.
COVID-19 is traumatizing nurses. Yet nurses have suffered trauma for decades, often due to insufficient resources, and changes within the field have been slow.
The mental health of young women is far more sensitive to unemployment than the mental health of young men.
People are turning to quarantine bubbles as a way to see friends and family while limiting the risk from the coronavirus. Research shows that this can work, but it's not easy to be in a quaranteam.
With so many parts of our lives turned upside down during COVID-19, hope may be in short supply. But there are things we can do to stay hopeful – and it's important we do.
With the county facing a crisis in emotional health, we may need two vaccines: one for COVID-19 and another for toxic stress. Here's a technique for dealing with all that stress.
Australia has managed to house the homeless in hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic. We now have an opportunity to be thinking about longer-term solutions.
Our attraction to the arts may be driven by an innate desire to use our brains in ways that make us feel good.
COVID-19 is affecting many people’s state of mind, but some of the most vulnerable members of our communities are children and youth with pre-existing mental health challenges.
Will police accept the challenge of ending
Māori over-representation at every stage of the criminal justice system in Aotearoa-New Zealand?
The percentage of women receiving the recommended perinatal mental health screening has tripled since 2000 – but one in five women are still missing out.
Social psychiatry has fallen from favour. It's time to revisit it.
The mental health implications of child marriage on young girls are significant
Study finds there is still no evidence that ECT is effective for depression – 80 years after its introduction.