The EU-Compass is a mechanism to collect, exchange and analyse information on European countries’ policy and stakeholder activities in mental health.
EU-Compass for Action on Mental Health and Wellbeing
Suicide in the family
Livelihood of mental health rehabilitees
Economic livelihood affects the everyday survival of us all. In case the person suffering from a mental disorder is unable to work or study, he/she may make use of the various available benefits.
Eila Ruuskanen-Himma: A work exchange month in New York - discussing the World Happiness Report
The World Happiness Report looks primarily at the institutional frameworks behind happiness.
Nuoren mielen ensiapu® -ohjaajakoulutus, Helsinki 23.-24.4.2020
Haluatko Nuoren mielen ensiapu® -ohjaajaksi?
Koulutus sopii sinulle, jos olet suorittanut NMEA® -peruskoulutuksen, sinulla on kokemusta ryhmän ohjaamisesta, sitoudut toteuttamaan NMEA® -koulutuksia ja käytät sujuvasti tietokonetta ja ohjelmia.
Phobias or excessive fears
Phobias or excessive fears are disproportionate and unrealistic fears of certain issues, objects or situations. Typical objects of fear include heights, closed or open spaces, spiders, injections, flying or darkness.
Professional confidentiality of health care and social services personnel
Patients should be able to discuss their mental health problems openly with the person in charge of their treatment. The personnel in health care and social services must sign a confidentiality agreement. They cannot disclose your medical records to anyone without your consent.
Specific personality disorders
Transatlantic collaboration shares the learning from the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival internationally
In an exciting transatlantic collaboration between the Mental Health Foundation and Yale University, the Festival team have published an academic paper documenting the learning from 10 years of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival, published in the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
In everyday life, the word ‘depression’ may refer to many different things. The phenomenon becomes hard to understand as the word is used to describe both an emotion and a mental disorder.