Think a pet can help improve your mental health? Many dogs absorb the emotions of their owners and that means their anxiety too, writes Bronwyn Orr.
If you think you might be suffering burnout, it's worth asking yourself these four questions, as the World Health Organisation reclassifies burnout as an "occupational phenomenon".
One of Australia's flagship mental health programs is failing people with complex mental illness, researchers say.
Queensland's top country high school student says success is not all about study, but more about being organised and taking time to de-stress.
A champion Paralympian had to slide down two flights of stairs on her bottom at a cinema. Now she is calling on businesses to make disability access a priority.
West Australian calls to the National Debt Helpline skyrocket by more than 60 per cent in a year, dwarfing every other state or territory, as the effects of the mining construction and housing downturn continue to bite.
Millennials are under the dual pressure to find work in a precarious market and keep up the facade of a perfect life online. But building resilience is not the way to tackle the generation's widespread burnout, writes Rajvinder Samra.
Football bosses decided they could not risk keeping Alen Stajcic as coach after the Matildas Wellbeing Audit showed a quarter of players said they suffered psychological distress, with many afraid to seek support.
Australia has been in the grips of a national veterinarian shortage as vets leave the profession due to long working hours, "emotional blackmail" and prolonged stress.
It's no-one's favourite pastime, but there is evidence government paperwork and taxes are causing great distress for small businesses owners across the country, and some are not coping.