It’s quite poignant that on Mental Health Awareness week, that I have decided to discuss aspects of the positive contribution that the game of snooker
Category: Mental Health
What is it about humour and our ability to laugh that helps us cope?
Why is the new Netflix TV series 13 Reasons Why causing such a heated conversation? The reason is simple: We are talking about suicide!
In the UK, the young Royals are spearheading a campaign to end the stigma surrounding mental health.
This certainly suggests that snooker as a sport is able to contribute to positive mental health and well-being.
When the words mental health are used in any capacity, most people automatically think of “crazy”.
I am proposing the use of emotional intelligence in supporting strategies to help people with mental health.
While employed as a psychiatric social worker at an inpatient facility in Florida, I witnessed the intersection of racism and psychiatric practice.
When someone is depressed, it’s obvious surely. When you are depressed it’s obvious, surely. The simple answer is no.
For those battling major depression, depressive episodes are often debilitating.