On Thursday evening, we missed the apocalypse. While we might laugh at the doomsday that wasn’t, there were some who took it very seriously.
Depression and anxiety are part of the modern Australian experience. However, one social researcher has an ambitious plan to solve it.
Refusing to go to school is a legitimate psychological problem, one that leads to serious psychological problems later in life. So, why are we just hearing about it now?
Sarah Hanson-Young might have faced workplace harassment, but she’s merely the latest example. It should be treated as what it is: a public health issue.
After a suicide, we often ask what we could have done, and we shout that if only that mentally ill person asked for our help, we’d help. That is a delusion.
Scientists have discovered not just the physical location of anxiety in the brain, but they’re engineering ways to treat it at the source.
Sarah Wilson attempts to articulate the vague expanse of anxiety in her new book, but whether it succeeds, depends on your subjectivity.
What we fear grows in size and magnitude the longer we ignore it. However, as soon as we embrace it, our horizons shift.
After recent research revealed that Australians endure six years of anxiety before seeking help, I believe we need to address the ongoing stigma that still exists.
We, the anxious millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
Meet Corrie and Pieter, the two brains behind Sydney Phobia Clinic. Fusing their backgrounds in VR and psychology, the duo is revolutionising phobia and exposure therapies and the place technology holds in mental health treatment.
Social anxiety is something that numbed my life for years, and if you haven’t experienced it, wonder no more.
A new Mum has earnestly shared her experience about how she has battled the guilt and fear brought on by post-natal anxiety disorder.
Ingeborg van Teeseling looks at the concept of parental guilt, a condition that stems from the choices her generation made.
Mental health is a complex and costly issue, but Conrad Liveris feels that with suicide rates climbing, it is an issue which clearly needs a new approach asap.
Lyndi Polivnick isn’t surprised by the connection between the rise in obesity and anxiety, but finding a solution to the issue must be stress-free…