Global  

Lifeline calls for mental health support in WA up 51pc in time of 'anxiety and despair'

The Age Sunday, 17 May 2020 ()
More West Australians experiencing a ‘personal crisis’ than ever before have reached out for suicide prevention and mental health support services during isolation due to COVID-19.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video credit: Reuters - Sports - Published
News video: Cricket players will need more mental health support, says coach Upton

Cricket players will need more mental health support, says coach Upton 05:54

Paddy Upton believes the coronavirus lockdown has been traumatic for many cricketers and teams will have to change their approach to mental health when the game resumes.

You Might Like


Related videos from verified sources

North Texas Hospital Trying To Make Mental Health Care For Kids More Accessible [Video]

North Texas Hospital Trying To Make Mental Health Care For Kids More Accessible

The conversation around mental health has become critical and doctors say it can impact children already suffering from anxiety and depression.

Credit: CBS 11 Dallas     Duration: 01:50Published
Here's how light physical activities can help improve mental health [Video]

Here's how light physical activities can help improve mental health

The study has pointed out a link between light physical activities and lower stress, better mood, and lower BMI. Light activity can include walking around your home office while talking on phone or..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:10Published

Tweets about this