Performing small acts of kindness for others can provide a boost to well-being. Research supports the old adage: in helping others, you really can help yourself.
Four years after its release, My Year of Rest and Relaxation has become a publishing and cultural phenomenon – with TikTok trends and film rights bought by Margot Robbie. But is it exploitative?
The UK government’s mini-budget is bad for your pocket and bad for your mental health – unless you’re really rich.
COVID-related changes in our personalities could go some way to explaining the widespread decrease in wellbeing.
This rare procedure is offered by only a handful of centers in the US and around the world and should be used only when less invasive treatment options for OCD have been tried.
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is a multifaceted disorder. There are complex reasons why this population may be at higher risk for suicide, suicide attempts and suicidal ideation.
There is a lot of hype in psychedelics research at the moment. Here’s how to tell which research is good and which isn’t.
Testosterone therapy is often essential for the health and well-being of transmasculine people. The choice to stop it to pursue pregnancy can be a difficult one.
The recent suicide of Mandeep Kaur highlights how women of Sikh heritage can face shame and stigma.
Selective schools provide a ‘best of the best’ education in the public system, but can involve added stress for young people.
A professor of counseling explains how to find therapists and support communities that can help work through these unique challenges.
At the time Australia needs it most, there is a crisis in the workforce of psychologists trained to assess and treat brain and mental health conditions.
What do we love about seeing children perform? And how do their performances shape our understanding of childhood?
Most boys in football academies do not make it to the Premier League.
Critics of body positivity say the movement is not as accepting of all bodies as it claims.
Tough feedback can shake our confidence. But there are healthy, helpful ways to process it. And yes, venting is one of them!
What good is asking someone if they are OK if we are just performing empathy? And what do we do if they are really not OK?
Different professors teach differently. If you’re a student with choices in a program, it makes sense to find out what you’re getting.
Effects of violence and forced migration on survivors’ mental health have not been acknowledged, despite the trauma being passed down generations.
What happens when a promising young writer comes under attack from the written word?