Achieving Insight Through Art Therapy

Are you struggling with the results of trauma? Art therapy is a powerful tool for reclaiming mental health.

Experts Note a Sharp Increase in Mentally Ill Hong Kong Youth

Hong Kong discovers a dramatic rise in the numbers of mentally ill children and teens. Discover the plans for treatment and prevention.

How to Address a Drinking Problem

Drinking too much can cause serious problems for a person’s health, career, lifestyle, and relationships. Find out how to stop the habit!

Mental Health Investment Actually Improves Profitability

Companies that invest in employees’ mental health actually see more profitability and employee retention.

New Panel of Psychiatrists May Change Singapore’s Court System

A new panel of psychiatrists has been proposed; but will it make the court system quicker and better, or slower and less objective?

Rashaan Salaam’s Suicide Highlights Players’ Mental Health Needs

Rashaan Salaam’s suicide highlights the emptiness that many players feel after the peak of their success has passed.

Running and Other Exercises Boost Mental Health and Morale

Not only does exercise improve overall physical health, it can have a dramatic, beneficial impact on mental health as well.

Singapore’s Parents Disagree on Letting Helpers Discipline Kids

Should helpers be allowed to discipline children while their parents are at work? Find out what Singapore families think of this idea.

Singapore’s Children Are Drowning in Homework and Stress

Mountains of homework, intense study for big exams, and social pressure to excel— it can feel overwhelming to Singapore’s children.

What is Art Therapy?

What is Art Therapy?

Art therapy is a three-way relationship between the patient, the therapist, and creative mediums. It uses creative techniques to allow the patient to access part of the unconscious and subconscious.