Mental Health

New research shows why children need play for their mental health

Source: Pexels, Will Santt Has our drive to protect our children affected their mental health and made our conversations with them less rich? Recently, Dr. Peter Gray, a psychology professor at Boston College and a leading researcher in the field of child play, thanked me for his recent article exploring exactly this question. The article, […]

‘Social intervention can help combat mental health problems’

PETALING JAYA: Social intervention is needed to address mental health issues among young people, particularly those living in public housing projects (PPR), because a purely medical approach may not work, health experts say. The experts also noted that there was a global mental health pandemic, especially among teenagers, and Malaysia was no exception. They said […]

The Ted Lasso cast discusses mental health at the White House

Come together, team! Coach Lasso has an important message to share. on March 20 Jason Sudeikis and the cast of “Ted Lasso— including Hannah Waddingham, Brett Goldstein, Toheeb Jimoh and Brendan Hunt — joined President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden at the White House to spread a message of “positivity, hope, kindness and […]

A journey into student mental health

Many students are in a state of relentless self-criticism, haunted by poor grades and past failures, whether they come from a public, private or international institution. IMAGE: STORY SET/FREEPIK “> IMAGE: STORY SET/FREEPIK Youth is often painted in vibrant colors – varying shades of orange to express lively and sociable nature, or yellow streaks with […]

Metabolic health and the mental health crisis

Do you think there is a mental health crisis in the United States? If you answered yes, you’ve got a lot of company: Surveys of representative samples of adults in the United States, for example, suggest that more than 90 percent believe the country is facing a mental health crisis.1 Numerous statistical and scientific data […]

Philanthropists are starting to pay attention to mental health issues

In 2014, Stephanie Bell-Rose lost her son Stephen to suicide. Stephen was a graduate of Harvard University and had recently completed a master’s degree in psychology. Later that year, Bell-Rose, who spent 20 years in the financial industry, co-founded the Steve Fund with her grieving family, which promotes the mental health and emotional well-being of […]

Response to mental health program favorable | Colombian province

HUDSON — Officials are behind Governor Kathy Hochul’s new mental health initiative, saying Monday it will take important steps in the fight against youth depression and suicide. David Rossetti, executive director of the Mental Health Association of Columbia County, offered his thoughts on the new initiative. “I think it is critical that people educate themselves […]

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