Nurturing ourselves through the mental health crisis

Author:
Jenny Brown
Date:
November 17, 2021
Type:

Dr Jenny Brown was in Adelaide for Breakpoint: Riding the wave of uncertainty in October 2021. While the event was not recorded, this podcast touches on similar points that Jenny made on the night.

"Perhaps you’ve noticed that awareness about issues surrounding mental health has risen sharply in recent years. More and more people have been coming forward, sharing their own experiences of their struggles with depression and anxiety. New articles and books about this topic seem to come out every month. In Australia, RU OK? day in September has become a national annual fixture. And of course, the COVID-19 pandemic and various lockdowns have led to a sharp decline in mental health around the world...."

Source: https://ccl.moore.edu.au/resources/podcast-episode-066/

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