Unemployed and Stressed Out

Don't let stress hold you back. Ignoring the stress you may be experiencing is not in your best interest and won't necessarily get you another job faster. In his book, Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers (2004), Robert M.

School of Social Work to Help Idaho’s Mental Health Crisis

School of Social Work to Help Idaho’s Mental Health Crisis By Danya Lusk Boise State’s School of Social Work has received a new federally funded research project, “Training Education Access Model (TEAM) for Social Work.

Standing up for the down and out

News Local Tuesday, March 10, 2009 11:22:00 MDT AM Members of the Alberta College of Social Workers gathered for National Social Workers Week in Peace River, Mar.

Ocala Social Security disability law firm

Post navigation � Previous Next → In this short blog, an Ocala Social Security disability law firm attorney discusses what might be expected of you if your hearing testimony involves mental impairment.

Physical Exercises may Delay or even Reverse Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms

Scientists have discovered an interesting link between fitness exercises bring ultimately positive impact on the well-being of the Alzheimer’s patient, being able to slow down and even slightly reverse the symptoms severity.

Season of Service Week 7: 10 Tips for Helping Others Be Healthy

Season of Service Week 7: 10 Tips for Helping Others Be Healthy Week 7's Season of Service challenge is to give to others in meaningful ways by being healthy or by helping others improve their health, both physical and mental.

The Gift of Mental Illness | Documentary Idea

The Gift of Mental Illness | Documentary Idea by Maurice Edward J (Hobbs, NM, USA) Most documentaries I have seen regarding mental illness (at least in the Western world) have either been very negative or purely academic.

Check Out Sanity Score, Our New Mental Health Test

It’s long been a goal of mine to help people better understand themselves, because in doing so, they can lead a more happier, peaceful life. You probably know someone who has no insight into their own behaviors, we all do.

Mental imagery in blind people: the role of passive and active visuospatial processes

This chapter contains information regarding the investigation of visuospatial processing in congenitally blind people, and sheds light on how they can be effectively instructed to learn of their environment.

Jury seated in torture, killing of mentally challenged woman

In two weeks, a jury of seven men and five women will begin hearing evidence in the capital murder trial of a man prosecutors contend was the ringleader of a group of six roommates who tortured and killed a mentally disabled woman.

India's herd mentality

India as a nation encourages herd mentality and Indians find great solace in being followers of norm. We just don't understand individuality! Take for example our appearances.

Scariest Rare Mental Illnesses

Scariest Rare Mental Illnesses The world of mental disorders is usually weird and scary, but there are some mental delusions which can really make you crawl in bed with fear.

Drawing a Blank? 7 Apps That Can Boost Your Brain Power

This post originally appeared on YouBeauty . Struggling to place an acquaintance’s name, forgetting a friend date, blanking on what you ate for breakfast—we’ve all experienced the occasional brain fart.

How to Recognize Your Mental Health Challenges Before Others Do

How to Recognize Your Mental Health Challenges Before Others Do Through extensive awareness campaigns and greater medical research, it has become clear that many Americans struggle with mental health conditions without ever seeking professional help.

Emily Holmes

Professor Emily A. Holmes is currently a Visiting Professor in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford and worked here between 2005-2012. She is now Programme Leader at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge.