A third of corporate Australia is feeling stressed, anxious and depressed

Australian workplaces are increasingly suffering from depression, anxiety and stress, according to a large study of mental health in corporate...

The grim cycle of homelessness and unemployment

Having a job can be a crucial factor in being able to break free from the cycle of homelessness.

Mental Health one of the top three issues facing young Australia

Young people have put the spotlight on mental health in a new survey, naming it as one of the top three issues facing Australia.

Prescription for a healthy Australia: Cut salt levels, save thousands of lives

Dramatically cutting salt levels in processed foods sold in Australia could save an estimated 3500 lives each year by reducing cardiovascular...

Australia in the middle of "mental health crisis" with unnecessary deaths escalating

The Age

Harry Lovelock from Australian Psychological Society to present on forced adoption

Harry Lovelock, Senior Executive Manager at the Australian Psychological Society will present at the 16th International Mental Health Conference at...

16th International Mental Health Conference Program has been released

The 16th International Mental Health Conference will bring together leading clinical practitioners, academics, service providers and mental health...

Midsized business burnout and mental health policies

Article original title 'Burning Out Midsized Companies' published by Business News Brisbane 6 May 2015

A nation’s shame of homeless heroes: Modern-day Anzacs left destitute after suffering PTSD

Published by The Daily Telegraph 27 April 2015 by Bruce McDougall

Chronic pain sufferers risk addiction

Health groups are calling for greater oversight for prescription painkillers amid concern sufferers are at serious risk of addiction.