What is it about the cello that people find so appealing?
Some say the cello can be a powerful antidote to anxiety.
Can music reduce stress and anxiety? A reboot of “Weightless” by ambient musicians Marconi Union and neuroscientists hits the chill sweet spot.
Given the ease of google-diagnosis and dissemination of (mis) information, live streaming, digital bubbles and trolling, is there a special need for respect or sensitivity when writing about mental health?
I’m intrigued by the notion that mental health conditions might influence colour preferences. Is it true that those inclined towards melancholia prefer the colour blue? What about everybody else?
I’d be lying if I were to tell you this was a review of a book, Any Ordinary Day, by that stalwart of Australian journalism, Leigh Sales. For I have almost as much to say here about what it’s not about than what it is about.
If you had five minutes with a politician, what would you say to them about mental health policy and architecture?
Let’s start the discussion in this new series.
Gwenyth Paltrow’s so-called wellness business was hit with fines for deceptive marketing of products that she claimed would address depression and other ailments.
First story in a new series on charlatans in the mental health world.
Sometimes the health advocacy world feels like an elite club. Psychotic conditions are excluded from membership – no colours, no ribbons, no champions and no campaign. If there is an awareness campaign, its nigh on invisible in Australia. Is schizophrenia still locked in the attic?
A regular series highlighting a few recent articles relating to mental health.