'Osher Günsberg: A Matter of Life and Death' highlights just how much work there is to do in Australian suicide prevention - work that people are doing.
Everett's new memoir 'My Friend Fox' details her experiences in the mental health system.
He believed in treating his patients, even if they had no money to pay. He accepted edible and non-edible gifts, as a form of gratitude from his non-paying...
I was more burnt out than I'd thought, and the second I stopped, the house of cards collapsed.
After rounds of lockdown, some health workers are burnt out, while the rest of us are on the edge. As a therapist, I realised it's time to seek care.
With lockdowns and social restrictions likely to be a part of life in Australia until a significant majority of us are fully vaccinated, it’s timely to think...
Our first session was somewhat typical. Somewhat – because she asked me a range of questions about my parent’s religious beliefs. Odd, but I did not think too...
Police and in particular the military have always made my relatives feel uncomfortable and vulnerable.
"Now I can finally say I’ve got true friends and I’m in love. I’ve waited so long for that."
Obesity is the last bastion of acceptable discrimination, says Donovan: "because it's not seen as a disease - it's still seen as your fault that you're fat."
My midwife says I have a high threshold for pain. That can’t be right. How could I better tolerate pain when I am less able to cope with everything else?
Remarkably, things changed with this mask. Putting it on seemed to block out the world and act as a physical manifestation of my unavailability.
I see the same therapist as I did back in 2014, herself a child of immigrants and who has always acknowledged how my cultural identity augments my experience of...
"PMDD is an intense overwhelm from everyday stimuli. Hearing a lawnmower across the street will build so much tension in my body that it feels like it’s attacking...
The months during which my left eye remained blind, while filled with unspeakable worries, also served as a crash course in mindfulness.
Women's cycling looks set to go from strength to strength and Sarah Gigante is at the forefront of that next generation of potential stars of the future.
It's a genetic lottery faced by most women in my family.
It is impossible to be shy when you have to tell an aggressive client that they are raising their voice or being threatening, writes Dr Ahona Guha.
My partner and I started with the smallest steps, into our small front garden, with blankets and books.