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.
Superannuation funds can play a key role in improving medical health care in Australia and closing a $20-billion hole in national productivity, according to a former government adviser. Speaking at a CommInsure | Conexus Financial seminar in Melbourne, John Mendoza, director of ConNetica and former chair of the National Advisory Council on Mental Health, said […]