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This longitudinal study assessed the relation between maternal mental state talk over time and the development of social understanding in young Pacific Island children growing up in New Zealand. At all three time points (15, 20, and 26 months), mother and child pairs (N =...
To illuminate and explore complex connections between subjectivity, moral worth and affect in relation to understanding farmer suicide, this article draws on theory and literature on agrarian discourses of masculine subjectivity and shame to analyze empirical data from interviews with farmers during times of environmental,...
The NSW Government endorses the Commission’s vision for a mental health system focused on community-based mental health support as outlined in Living Well, backed by an $115 million commitment to a suite of mental health programs and initiatives that will make it easier for people...
The aim of this report is to provide a detailed review of the academic literature around what constitutes a mentally healthy workplace as well as to identify the practical means by which workplaces can enhance and support the mental health and wellbeing of employees.
Presents information and statistics that serve as barometers of quality for New Zealand's mental health services.
The objectives of this report are to:provide information about specific clinical activities that must be reported to the Director of Mental Health under...
Provides a summary of the evidence for internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy, and looks at the three RACGP Handbook of Non-Drug Intervention (HANDI) recommendations for non-drug treatments for depression and arranged for the developers to comment.
Background Gotzsche, in Lancet Psychiatry, argued that antidepressants...
Male rates of suicide by hanging have more than doubled since the early 1980s. Female rates show a similar pattern, although at lower levels.
This report argues that the Commonwealth has failed to work with the Northern Territory to provide accommodation and other support services, other than accommodation in a maximum security prison, for people with intellectual disabilities who are unfit to plead to criminal charges.
Familiarises general practitioners (GPs) with the range of online programs in Australia that have demonstrated efficacy and are currently available for use by patients with mental health problems.
Background Australia is a world leader in the development of internetdelivered programs for the prevention...