Tag Archives: Mental

How three Australian workplaces are addressing mental wellbeing in 2021

This article was created in partnership with NAB. As Australia cautiously heads back into the office or embraces new ways of working, it’s time to address a key issue: employee mental health. A rare silver lining of the pandemic is Australian workplaces’ transformation to make mental health a priority. Companies that once resisted change are… Read More »

World Mental Health Day 2020: Four Out of Five People in South-East Asia Can’t Access Mental Health Services

New Delhi, October 10: Four out of every five people who require mental health services in the South-East Asia region are unable to access them, Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh, World Health Organisation Regional Director for South-East Asia, said on Saturday. According to a survey by the World Health Organisation, the pandemic has disrupted critical mental… Read More »

Coronavirus: Child psychologists highlight mental health risks of lockdown

The delay in getting children and adolescents back to schools is a “national disaster” that is putting their mental health at risk, say leading psychologists. In an open letter to Education Secretary Gavin Williamson, they say the isolation of lockdown is harming already vulnerable young people. Highlighting the low risk to children of Covid-19, they… Read More »

Mental Health an Emerging Crisis of COVID Pandemic

Jonathan Porteus, PhD, licensed clinical psychologist and CEO of WellSpace Health, Sacramento, CA. Lan Nguyen, MA, suicide and crisis services program manager, Santa Clara County Suicide and Crisis Services, California. Heather Aston, LMFT, program manager, San Diego Access and Crisis Line, California. Lauren Ochs, MA, counselor, Provident Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline, St. Louis. Harvard T.H… Read More »