The complexity of modern living and its effects on our brains and behaviour has seen two Flinders University researchers become SA Tall Poppy 2019 finalists. Flinders […]
Overcoming personal obsession with body image can be treated effectively through online therapy according to a new study by Flinders University researchers. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for […]
Doctors could consider “social prescribing” to support mental wellbeing, suggest leading psychiatry researchers in Australia and the US. In a hyperconnected world at work and home, depression […]
Effective cancer care needs more than medical treatments and should incorporate evidence-based psycho-social interventions, says 2017 South Australian Tall Poppy of Science Dr Lisa Beatty. With […]
Bullies are everywhere, but international experts are working hard to crack down on schoolyard violence. Flinders University has joined forces with one of Italy’s oldest institutions, […]
NewAccess is an early intervention program designed to provide easily accessible, free and quality services for people with mild to moderate depression.
Neuroscientists at Flinders University have identified a series of chemical tools that can either increase or inhibit the release of neurotransmitters by neurons.
Grey skies, torrential downpours and bitterly cold nights are enough to make any sun-loving Australian feel a bit gloomy, but for some people the dreary winter months are truly depressing.
It’s a sobering statistic that one in four Australians will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lifetime.