Developing Mentally Healthy Workplaces

It is no surprise that mental health is finally becoming a topic of discussion in modern workplaces. Spending most of our time working may influence our mental health practices and how we integrate self-care into our professional...

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Early Indicators of Future Psychiatric Illness

Important notice: the information in this article is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition. If you suspect that you or someone you know is suffering from a psychiatric illness, please consult a healthcare professional immediately...

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How to Obtain Funding for Mental Health Research

Advancing the realm of mental health requires considerable amounts of research. In order to be able to effectively move forward, individuals, groups and organisations require assisted funding. Here’s your guide to mental health research funding...

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4 Common Myths About Schizophrenia

In recognition of Schizophrenia Awareness Week (20 – 27 May), we’re busting the myths about schizophrenia. Find out more about this disorder – with greater education and awareness, we can break the stigma of mental health. Myth 1: Violence is...

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Internet Therapy: Great Idea, But Does It Work?

The need for mental health care is on the rise, while the number of affordable providers is not. With so many aspects of our lives already conducted on the internet, why can’t therapy take place online? Options for electronic and...

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3 Least Expected Illnesses Related to Depression

Major depressive disorder or depression is a serious medical illness that is characterised by feelings of sadness, loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities, lack of energy, and sleep disturbances. Severe cases may include the following...

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