Srini Pillay, MD, Contributor While it is obvious that your feelings can influence your movement, it is not as obvious that your movement can impact your feelings too. For example, when you feel tired and sad, you may move more slowly. When you feel anxious, you may either rush around or become completely paralyzed. But.. read more →

November 18, 2014 | Anna Patty Police who can no longer cope with trauma and stress should have access to high status desk jobs to combat mental illness and prevent suicides, psychologists say. Michael Burge, director of the Australian College of Trauma Treatment in Victoria said cultural change was needed within the police service to.. read more →