There are many ways to reduce or quit alcohol. What works best for you will depend on your situation.
People who had high genetic sensitivity were more likely to see long-term benefit from a relationship help course.
During COVID, many therapists took their sessions online. But others went outside with their clients, taking a leisurely stroll through a near-by park.
Many people with PTSD also have depression, anxiety or some other mental health issue. This treatment might help where other treatments haven’t.
An architect and a therapist share tips for improving your home without sacrificing your relationship.
In the wake of high-profile allegations of sexual assault, it is important people know there are informal avenues for survivors to report their stories.
While coronavirus restrictions are easing, you may still be feeling a strain on your relationship. This crisis has thrown a variety of challenges at couples.
Participants of both virtual reality-based and Skype-based therapy sessions voted greatly in favour of using VR, reporting high levels of engagement and realism.
Many Aboriginal survivors of sexual abuse find mainstream counselling inappropriate. But there is a way to help them heal that respects a collective culture, with strong community ties.
Untreated trauma is dangerous as it may develop into other mental health complications that lead to drug abuse, depression, anger and hatred.
Regular home visits by community health workers helped to increase breastfeeding rates in Kenya.
Coming to live in Australia on your own and studying in an unfamiliar education system is extremely hard. There are ways to make it a bit easier.
Why psychoanalysis and children shouldn’t mix.
Economists have used their monetary methodologies to work out how visiting a therapist affects labour income.
How to talk to people who are experiencing suicidal thoughts.
Giving children counselling at school saves money in the long term because it equips them with the tools they need in adolescence and adulthood.
Many women experience emotional responses to an abortion, which are normal reactions to a significant event. These are not to be confused with ongoing, serious mental health issues such as PTSD.
Today’s students are at increasingly high risk for mental health diagnoses. Universities need to step up.
Taxpayers’ money would be better spent on therapies that are proven to work.
Lay workers are being trained to help Zimbabwe manage mental issues in communities. So far it’s proving successful.