Writer Yuko Grover offers mothers tips for reclaiming their lives
Date Posted: August 13, 2016
The public is deeply skeptical about the profession—but given the problems of addiction, depression and other forms of mental illness, we need it more than ever
Reading what other people are feeling is an important skill that helps us navigate conflicts, deepen relationships, and negotiate effectively.
Improvements in working memory, long-term memory, executive function and more…
Horticultural therapy - which encourages a person to visit green spaces and join guided group gardening activities - can have mental and physical health benefits. This is the interim finding of an ongoing local study, called Effects Of ...
"I am already dead! I have been buried." said a young south Asian girl on the psychiatric ward. Prior to her admission she had stopped going to school, and instead isolated herself in her room spending hours on the internet searching for her grave. ...
Categories: Mental Health in AsiaGO
Women remember more of rom-coms, men remember more from action flicks.
With technology altering the therapeutic bond, something is lost but something else is gained
Categories: Mental Health ProfessionsGO
Depression is more than a mental disorder, it affects the body’s ability to detoxify itself.
There isn’t really a huge trumpet blowing for the qualities that blossom in the children of mentally ill mothers.
The latest research could be a step up in the evidence for massage therapy.
According to Hollywood stereotypes, there are the clever, nerdy young people who spend most of their time sitting around thinking and reading, and then there are the jocks – the sporty, athletic lot who prefer to do as little thinking and studying ...
Creating a positive work environment sounds like a noble aspiration for both businesses and the people who work for them. No one ever says that they want to work in a negative environment, after all, or even in a blasé one. And yet, in late April, ...
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The message from recent surveys is that it's not just people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia who hear voices in their heads, many people considered mentally well do to.
…and the type of memory problems that are nothing to worry about.
The “tiger mother” thesis is refuted by science