The mental health consequences of bullying

Peace of mind in Maryland: The mental health consequences of bullying Updated: 9:17 AM EST Jan 30, 2023 Hide text Show version Their child is being bullied. It is behavior that can have serious mental health consequences. This morning’s topic is “Maryland Peace of Mind.” Join us is dr. Kristi Phillips, a psychologist in the … Read more

With his new movie Speak to Me, Dix Hills artist Kurt Damas hopes to shed light on men’s mental health

The grief that followed the death of his close friend Kurt Damas last year changed his view of mental health. He said the loss he suffered was a catalyst for Damas, who also lost his uncle, to write and direct a film that he hopes will help start a conversation about mental health, especially among … Read more

What is obsessive-compulsive disorder, what are its symptoms, and how is it diagnosed?

It’s often thought that you have a fixation with cleanliness or are paranoid about leaving the oven on, but obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious condition that’s as common as diabetes. Beyond Blue estimates that OCD affects around 3 per cent of Australians in their lifetime – more than 500,000 people – yet psychologists say … Read more

The City of WA prohibits the sale of energy drinks to those under 18 to combat declining mental health

A small town in Western Australia will ban people under the age of 18 from buying energy drinks as part of a four-month research trial. the main points: Young people will be banned from purchasing energy drinks in Bridgetown, Washington The ban is part of a four-month research trial conducted by health professionals Doctors say … Read more

7 mental health resolutions to help you thrive in 2023

3. Make time for fun every week Many people fill their lives with obligations and engage in activities they enjoy only when they have time left. Instead, Morin recommends scheduling time to have fun each week. See more health and wellness deals> {“hideCategory”: false,”useAlternateLanguage”:false,”headlineIconAltText”:””,”listItems”:[{“categoryTitle”:”Health \u0026 Wellness”,”categoryUrl”:”/membership/benefits/health/”,”categoryDeeplinkParam”:”healthandwellness”,”isLimitedTimeOffer”:false,”offerJson”:{“dbr_offer_id”:”9158e656e84ce8d55188b39247721643″,”source_name”:”AARP Members Only Access to Special Health Content”,”offer_title”:”\u003cp\u003eSpecial Content for … Read more

Lauren Mayberry calls out sexism

This article originally appeared on 10.05.15 A fan of Scottish synthpop band Chvrches got a little more than he bargained for when he screamed on stage. “marry me!” An unknown man shouted during a pause between songs. “Excuse me?” Chvrches singer Lauren Mayberry responded, prompting the man to shout, “Marry me! Now!” What does it … Read more

How to get out of a bad mood, according to experts

Moods are a part of life, and while it’s normal to feel down sometimes, it’s not fun at all, and you likely won’t feel the way you want to feel throughout the day. Although you can’t just tell yourself to feel better, you can change the thoughts and behaviors that help influence your mood, according … Read more

A proposed new psychiatric facility that could house “at risk” mentally ill patients in North Baton Rouge

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) – There is growing concern about the arrival of a mental health hospital in North Baton Rouge. The new facility can be located in the Glen Oaks neighborhood next to Forest Heights Academy of Excellence and blocks from Glen Oaks High School. But who can be housed there is what the … Read more

How to apply to become a senior leader in the mental health field

Your school has access to quality assured DfE training to help develop a whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing, and implement senior mental health leadership to strengthen your team Credit: This is an edited version of an article that originally appeared The Department for Education (DfE) is offering a £1,200 grant to … Read more