When rape allegations are in the news, it can be a traumatic experience for survivors of past sexual violence. But there are ways to shield yourself from further trauma.
The fundamental underpinning of all MAID requests is supposed to be the presence of an incurable medical condition, but it's not possible to predict that a mental illness will not improve.
Financial hardships in particular are likely to lead to ongoing mental health problems, even as the pandemic subsides. Our program could help many people whose mental health has suffered during COVID.
VR treatment can overcome many of the challenges of traditional therapy.
Psychedelics use is on the rise and it's partly due to a wellbeing rebrand.
Since the pandemic began, we've surveyed ordinary people to see how they're coping. People from poorer backgrounds, ethnic minorities and young people are suffering most.
Too much COVID-19 news could be harmful to your health, experts suggest. So how do you stay informed but not get depressed?
AI chatbots can provide mental health support for people who are isolated during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research shows hobbies may lower levels of depression.
Depression can cause widespread changes in our brain – including to the regions responsible for memory.
Psychological assessment and treatment is based on well-defined rules, which makes it ripe for a robot takeover.
Wearables already monitor our physical health – is it time for them to track our mental health too?
'Workaholics' are driven to work excessively, even despite the negative impact this has on health.
A study examined the psychological and social experiences of over 600 women with babies between birth and 12 weeks during the first UK lockdown.
It can be extremely distressing and stigmatising for a woman to experience a mental disorder around the time of childbirth.
We are constantly bombarded with tips on how to stay resilient. But we need more than that to be happy.
Growing core coping skills isn't just a matter of learning not to be triggered by children's strong feelings; it's also about creating positive meaningful activities that promote mutual bonding.
We discovered many more mental health issues were recorded for both victims and perpetrators of domestic violence than we thought. Now it's time to use our findings to improve public safety.
A new book presents burnout as a generational issue, but this is a trap.
By 2030, the WHO projects a worldwide workforce shortfall of about 18 million health-care workers, with potentially deadly consequences for patients, economies and our communities.