More recently, research has shown that experiencing trauma early in childhood has a significant impact on the development of the brain and the way it works.
Research by Dr. Pamela Wolfberg, a professor of special education and communicative disorders at San Francisco State University, provides a solution by developing a different type of play group that focuses on collaborative rather than adult-directed activities.
A new study finds that even depressed people are optimistic about the future. However, researchers also discovered the positive outlook may not lead to better outcomes.
“The Victorian (and possibly national) mental health system needs a complete overhaul to consolidate it into one service that looks after the whole person, no matter what stage of life they’re in.”
Movember Foundation funds the Australasian Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health to make a difference to men’s mental health
The Australasian Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health is delighted to be partnering with Movember to deliver its “Out there, making a difference…” project for men and boys in rural and remote Australia.
This month’s opinion articles written for Mental Health Week and Carers Week by News In Mind’s Editorial Committee members.
Mr Ivan Frkovic, National Operations, Aftercare
Mr David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council of Australia
Ian W Webster AO: Commissioner, the National Mental Health Commission, 2012-2014 Chair, Australian Suicide Prevention Advisory Council, 1998-2014