It is a difficult time, but also a time of excitement for mental health advocates, who say Covid-19 is catalysing deep change among business leaders, policymakers and the broader community in how to address mental health.
Because hearing people talk about their personal challenges has been an enormous help to Carden Calder, the communications executive has decided to open up about her own personal situation in the hope it will help others too.
A group of psychologists, social workers, industry leaders and mental health experts have come together to address the mental health crisis that lays beneath the pandemic - this is the first in a series of articles designed to start a broader conversation about this important topic.
Australian Winter Olympic gold medallist Alisa Camplin has drawn on all her techniques for managing stress in her sports career using performance psychology to manage her mental health in light of the impacts from COVID.
The CalPERS chair features in a series of in depth interviews which consider drastic measures investors and society need to take to reset a system that is has led us into a crisis and is still fundamentally broken.
The message from Senator Jane Hume is clear: micro-reforms will be ever-constant. Funds need to be set-up to integrate micro-reform and maintain the ability to innovate. Funds which can’t keep pace will have to merge, which also fits with policy objectives - David Bell writes.