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By Mrs Toula Gordillo What makes one person ‘bounce back’ following adversity and another person seem to ‘crumble in a heap’? This question has always posed a fascination for me. I have often wondered whether individuals are simply born with the skills to cope with the difficulties that life often presents ... Read More

A Family Affair

Helping kids battle obesity begins with the family, and counselors are well-positioned to play an integral role. By Lynne Shallcross According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, obesity now affects 17 percent of U.S. children and adolescents, which adds up to roughly 12.5 million kids. Since 1980, obesity prevalence among ... Read More

How the Mind Works

Over the past two decades scientists have devoted much time to the human brain: how it works, why it works, and how it impacts human and animal behaviour. As a result, it is hard to keep up with the latest research! To help you out, we looked around for websites that publish regular, free, and ... Read More

Lindemann (1944), Lazare (1979) and Worden (2005) have identified numerous symptoms and behaviours that indicate unresolved / complicated grief. While many of the symptoms identified can be considered ordinary during the more acute earlier phase of grief, they are considered major signs of unresolved / complicated grief if ... Read More

“Would it help our efforts in suicide prevention if the media were to publish a suicide toll?” MOSH Australia will be hosting a public form to discuss and debate the creation and publication of a national suicide toll. The forum be held in Pasadena (South Australia) at the Heysel Chapel (Centennial Park, ... Read More

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