Art Psychotherapy a creative space for those who experience mental health challenges

Visual art can be a beneficial intervention form in supporting families and children experiencing mental health challenges. Case studies show how art...

A psychodynamic approach in the work with a depressed mother

A practitioner researcher approach - Dr George Karpetis - which aims to understand practice through reflexivity and to improve service effectiveness...

Down and out in the Bush, women's experiences of depression in rural Australia

The 14th International Mental Health Conference is being held at the Outrigger, Surfers Paradise on Monday the 5th and Tuesday the 6th of August 2013.

Join Prof Pat Dudgeon and present at the Rural & Remote Mental Health Conference

Prof Pat Dudgeon will deliver the Opening Keynote presentation at the Rural & Remote Mental Health Conference.

Supporting Those Who Care: Partners in Depression National Program Outcomes

The Hunter Institute of Mental Health has launched their national evaluation report ‘Supporting Those Who Care: Partners in Depression National...

DSM-5 won't increase mental health work claims – here's why

By Nick Glozier

Building the Case for Mental Health Reform in Australia

A Review of Expenditure and System Design

A collaborative model of care across service sectors for those with Young Onset Dementia

Bridging the gap between Diagnosis and Community

Evaluation of an Australian primary mental health care program: 10 years on

Dr Bridget Bassilios

Harnessing technology to improve mental health

University of Sydney cross-disciplinary researchers are harnessing the benefits offered by advances in online technology to develop innovative...