Only 1 in 3 females and 1 in 8 males receive the mental health care they need.
That's really not good enough.
If these people had access to a support network then these numbers can start to change, for the better.
When you're in the thick of it, recognising mental health differences are hard to see, let alone costly, hard to locate, emotionally hard admit to, and all the other gruff that adds into it.
Moving forward, there needs to be a better solution. Mental health isn't a minority. Those numbers are high.
There is a huge scale of what 'mental health' is. Even the slightest bit of anxiety counts. And a lot of us feel that at some point or another. Think back, if when you were in that moment and could have recognised it and discreetly talked to someone about it, on the cheap, would you have?
Because all the barriers towards entry are covered.
That's the problem.
eOrygen are working on an online therapy program is specifically designed to provide ongoing early intervention support and focus on lowering the likelihood of relapse.
As a yoga teacher, I'm super keen to spread the word of mental health. It's ok to feel it. And it's And starting early, getting Australia's youth aware, on board and able to recognise and treat themselves is going to help Australia's mental health future.
Technology is in the making to be launched 2018.
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