Australia’s young people are getting lonelier
Younger Australians are more likely than their parents or grandparents to feel alone, finds the University of Melbourne's annual HILDA survey.
The ‘perfect storm’ causing Australians psychological distress
Over the past 15 years, more Australians have experienced growing psychological distress, finds the University of Melbourne's annual HILDA survey.
Our mental health has gone digital
Apps, wearables and ingestibles that support digital mental health have profound social, ethical, and legal implications, says University of Melbourne expert
Supporting Australian doctors to help kids with anxiety
In an Australian first, new guidelines for health professionals are designed to help manage anxiety in our young people, say University of Melbourne experts.
Mental health first aid training works
Despite recent reports, mental health first aid training has benefits for trainees and people dealing with mental ill health say University of Melbourne experts
Caring for the carers
National Carers Week is a time to think about the unpaid work done by millions caring for loved ones with mental ill health say University of Melbourne experts.
Knowing when to seek help for mental health
When challenges arise we may feel confused, but there are five signs to help understand when to seek mental health support, say University of Melbourne experts.
How anger became the forgotten emotion
Characters like Succession’s Logan Roy can teach us a lot about anger and trauma and why we need to understand the link say University of Melbourne experts.
Peer support groups connect people living with a brain injury
A collaboration between the University of Melbourne and Brain Injury Matters is learning from adults with a brain injury what peer support groups mean to them
School refusal needs a national response
The recent Senate Inquiry rightly recommends a coordinated national approach to this growing national problem, say University of Melbourne experts