Lauren Pearce roadtests a series of adult colouring books designed to help with anxiety. Unsurprisingly, they don’t work.
Anonymous gives headspace a piece of her mind.
Samuel Brewer recounts being let down by the one-size-fits-all approach to treating many eating disorders.
Anonymous had a psychological break and still wasn’t crazy enough for the public system.
Charlie O’Grady and Ethan McKenzie saw a very valuable play
Lauren Pearce thinks Mark Latham should stop talking out of his arse.
Anonymous explores their reality of depression, life, and suicidal thoughts.
We don’t talk about the messy reality of eating disorders – but we need to, writes Ed Miller
Every year, around one in five Australians suffer from mental illness. Only a third of those sufferers are likely to seek professional support or help. They are often abandoned by institutions of power, from the Australian government to University administration, and face ignorant and problematic attitudes from friends and family. The following seven articles from…
Felicity Nelson reports on a recent breakthrough that could change how we see mental illness.