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6 Things To Do Everyday For Better Mental Health, According To A Psychologist

6 Things To Do Everyday For Better Mental Health, According To A Psychologist

Just like our physical health, mental health is something that we can, and should, work on every day. Being ‘happy’ is a mindset that doesn’t necessarily come easily to everyone, and those that feel in positive spirits can usually attribute some practical things they do each day to make themselves feel better.
How Telling Lies Can Negatively Impact Your Mental Health

How Telling Lies Can Negatively Impact Your Mental Health

There is something to be said for genuine honesty, that raw emotion that can sometimes catch you off guard and even leave you a little shocked. As adults we are conditioned to present the best versions of things to protect ourselves and other people’s feelings.
Cosmetic Clinics Plan To Assess Your Mental Health Before You Get Botox

Cosmetic Clinics Plan To Assess Your Mental Health Before You Get Botox

Screening for mental health issues could help those with Body Dysmorphic Disorder among other conditions.

Cosmetic clinics in the UK are to begin...

3 Powerful Ways Childhood Trauma Survivors Can Positively Manage Hyperstress

3 Powerful Ways Childhood Trauma Survivors Can Positively Manage Hyperstress

“When stress literally makes you sick” — Childhood abuse & the body’s response

5 reasons why laughter is good for mental health

5 reasons why laughter is good for mental health

The old adage ‘laughter is the best medicine’ may actually be true when it comes to mental health. In fact, laughter can have a similar affect on the mind as exercise.
5 behaviours you shouldn’t ignore from your child and why

5 behaviours you shouldn’t ignore from your child and why

There are many behaviours that parents will witness throughout their child’s lifetime, but how do you tell the difference between the ones that are a passing phase and the ones that require more attention?
Why Baking A Cake Could Be A Way To Help Depression And Anxiety

Why Baking A Cake Could Be A Way To Help Depression And Anxiety

A little bit of creativity in the kitchen could help with happiness, as well as ensure you're well fed.

According to numerous studies,...

Why Do We Continue To Glorify Female Rivalry?

Why Do We Continue To Glorify Female Rivalry?

Female rivalry is a tale as old as time, with literature, films and television often pitting women against one another for entertainment purposes.
5 practical ways to boost your happiness

5 practical ways to boost your happiness

In honour of International Day of Happiness, we've got five simple strategies for picking yourself up and boosting your mood.
Is It Time You Went On A 'Complaint Cleanse'?

Is It Time You Went On A 'Complaint Cleanse'?

According to author and poet Cleo Wade it's time we stopped whinging. Even for a week. Who's in?

Ever had the feeling you're whinging...

Lysn and learn: telehealth startup targets rural mental health

Lysn and learn: telehealth startup targets rural mental health

When Dr Jonathan King discovered people outside Australia's major cities could not access mental health care he decided he had to do something about it, and Lysn was born.
5 Reasons Why Female Friendships Are Vital For Your Health

5 Reasons Why Female Friendships Are Vital For Your Health

A close-knit group of trusted friends is important for everyone’s health, but women, in particular, can benefit from their female friendships. To celebrate International Women’s Day, LYSN Psychologist Breanna Jayne Sada has explained five benefits of female friendships, and why it’s so important to maintain and nurture them.
The Wellness Trends You Can Expect To See Everywhere In 2019

The Wellness Trends You Can Expect To See Everywhere In 2019

If you're reading this, chances are you're not the type to jump on trends just because a celebrity mentioned it casually on their Insta stories.
Don't Panic But Stress Can Make Your Brain Shrink

Don't Panic But Stress Can Make Your Brain Shrink

Prolonged stress, and prolonged exposure to the cortisol it floods your system with mean that your brain could actually be getting smaller.
How Often Should You Text In A New Relationship?

How Often Should You Text In A New Relationship?

Experts say there are no hard and fast rules about digital communication and dating, but should there be?
This Is How To Beat Sunday Night Anxiety

This Is How To Beat Sunday Night Anxiety

We've all been there. After nearly two days of relaxing bliss away from work you look at the clock and realise it's 5pm on...

This Is What Happens To Your Body If You Stop Having Sex

This Is What Happens To Your Body If You Stop Having Sex

After Ajay Rochester told I'm A Celebrity... campmates that she hasn't had sex for nine years, we thought we'd find out what happens down there when someone hangs up their sheets during a period of abstinence.
Why Being Vulnerable Is Actually More Attractive Than You Think

Why Being Vulnerable Is Actually More Attractive Than You Think

New studies reveal that showing flaws isn't a sign of weakness after all.
8 Bad Habits That Could Really Lead To Divorce

8 Bad Habits That Could Really Lead To Divorce

Look we hate to break it to you, smug marrieds, but those seemingly innocent but annoying daily habits you have could be destroying your marriage.
Why you keep breaking New Year's resolutions, according to a psychologist

Why you keep breaking New Year's resolutions, according to a psychologist

Keeping New Year’s resolutions is no easy task, but what if there are some solid reasons as to why you can’t seem to make them work beyond the end of January?
Beware - These People Are Most Likely To Ghost You In A Relationship

Beware - These People Are Most Likely To Ghost You In A Relationship

We all have ghosting in us, some of us are just better at it than others.
January Is A Good Time To Do A Lot... Not Just Lie On The Beach

January Is A Good Time To Do A Lot... Not Just Lie On The Beach

Like, get a new look, a new job, a fresh abode and less friends on Facebook. Simple.
The foolproof way to break bad habits

The foolproof way to break bad habits

Whether it’s swearing like a truck driver, biting your nails or drinking two to three (OK four to five) cups of coffee a day, most of us are guilty of a few less-than-desirable habits.
The one thing that will help you stay mindful this silly season

The one thing that will help you stay mindful this silly season

As the countdown to Christmas amps up, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle. We discover how to stay mindful during this frantic time of year.
Pop Quiz, Monday with Dr. Jonathan King

Pop Quiz, Monday with Dr. Jonathan King

I love that through my job if properly executed, can change a sector by improving the mental health of all Australians and hopefully soon, people worldwide.
How to cope with loneliness during the festive season

How to cope with loneliness during the festive season

While there’s a big focus on spending time with loved ones for the festive season, it’s not easy if you feel alone.
10 easy ways to take care of your mental health in 2019

10 easy ways to take care of your mental health in 2019

New Year’s resolutions tend to fall along the lines of ‘lose weight’ or ‘go travelling’, but there’s one very important thing all of us should be prioritizing in 2019, and that’s mental health.
How to deal with annoying people without turning into the Grinch at Christmas

How to deal with annoying people without turning into the Grinch at Christmas

Is your Christmas less festive and more festering? Then read on.

On the 12th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me... a migraine, a plane...

Why 'No' is the most important word you can say this Christmas

Why 'No' is the most important word you can say this Christmas

It's supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but for many, the holiday season brings with it unwarranted stress.

"The...

How to make friends when you’re an adult

How to make friends when you’re an adult

Having good mates is a necessity as we go through life, but creating great friendships when you’re an adult isn’t always easy.
12 workplace stress management tips

12 workplace stress management tips

Stress and anxiety can occur at any time in the workplace, sometimes without a triggering moment or event, although in these cases, it may be due to the accumulation of stressors and a lack of coping skills or resources, according to Lysn Psychologist, Gabrielle McCorry.
Listening takes more effort than we might think. Here's how to do it well

Listening takes more effort than we might think. Here's how to do it well

When I contacted people whose job it is to listen — psychotherapists, counsellors, journalists — one thing came up repeatedly.
Yes, you can say 'No' in any situation

Yes, you can say 'No' in any situation

Apparently for around half of us, saying no is nigh on impossible. And not just to dessert. Or the sales.

We're talking taking on things,...

How to tell if you grew up with a 'Toxic mum' and how to fix it

How to tell if you grew up with a 'Toxic mum' and how to fix it

MMMMUUUUUMMMM! It really is all your fault.

Yes you can blame your parents for many things -- but now it seems that if you had a "toxic" mum growing up,...

How to deal with passive aggressive people

How to deal with passive aggressive people

Whether it’s Christmas, birthdays, family gatherings or anniversaries, there’s always a social event where at least one person will behave in a passive aggressive...

This is how financial stress can affect your mental health

This is how financial stress can affect your mental health

Although Andy Williams sang about it being ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ in 1963, Christmas time is also a period when many families feel the pinch of a...

Light the way to a happier and healthier home

Light the way to a happier and healthier home

The secret to a happier and healthier home lies in how well you light up your space. Follow our guide to lighting your home right and experience an enhanced sense of...

Beauty sleep is a real thing and here's how to get it

Beauty sleep is a real thing and here's how to get it

 

A bad night's sleep can play havoc with your mood and your appearance, right?

It's not just you, it's all of us....

How lighting in your home can affect your wellbeing

How lighting in your home can affect your wellbeing

Many of us may not have given it much thought but the lighting in our homes might be affecting our emotional wellbeing...
The Surprising Sign That Your Relationship Might Be Doomed

The Surprising Sign That Your Relationship Might Be Doomed

There’s no doubt that some PDA is TMI, but a new study has found that the amount of affection you show in the early years could foreshadow the fate of your relationship...
How to reduce your stress levels this Christmas

How to reduce your stress levels this Christmas

Christmas is a time that is stressful for many reasons. It’s a time when many of us are busiest at work, it’s a time when our budgets are usually stretched to the limit, and it’s a time when...
How to reduce anxiety triggers in your home

How to reduce anxiety triggers in your home

Anxiety is a condition that affects a huge portion of Australians in many different forms, and each person living with anxiety experiences it in different ways. While there are many psychological...
Coercive Control: The Silent Abuse That Could Be Happening To You

Coercive Control: The Silent Abuse That Could Be Happening To You

You know that awkward moment when you’re listening to a crime podcast about a brutal murder and you think, “Fuck, some of that early behavior sounds a lot like my last relationship?” Come on...
How to use colour psychology in your home

How to use colour psychology in your home

When it comes to selecting new paint colours for your home, many of us simply choose hues that appeal to us personally and think nothing more of it. However, particular colours can have...
Can you tell which of these people has depression?

Can you tell which of these people has depression?

Diagnosing mental illness is a complex process. Unfortunately, psychiatry does not have objective tests that are critical diagnostic tools in other areas of health. There is no...
Just because people don’t talk about it, it doesn’t mean it’s not happening’

Just because people don’t talk about it, it doesn’t mean it’s not happening’

Rachael Finch reveals the 3 things that trigger her anxiety and how she copes...
Nick Cummins Says The Bachelor Affected His Mental Health

Nick Cummins Says The Bachelor Affected His Mental Health

"I've never been in a mental space as low."...
How To Overcome A Panic Attack At Your Desk

How To Overcome A Panic Attack At Your Desk

Because sometimes the option to 'get up and leave' just isn't viable.

“The dizziness. It always starts with the dizziness.”

Jane...

How To Bounce Back From A Breakup (For Cassie, Britt, Sophie And Brooke)

How To Bounce Back From A Breakup (For Cassie, Britt, Sophie And Brooke)

Because matters of the heart can be tricky (we're talking to you, The Bachelor girls).

Dear Brittany, Sophie, Brooke and Cassie,

Hey there. It's...

“I didn’t want to be loved” – Childhood trauma & Borderline Personality Disorder

“I didn’t want to be loved” – Childhood trauma & Borderline Personality Disorder

Uncontrollable rage, self-harm, and violent relationships – Jodi’s story of what it’s like to live with Borderline Personality Disorder...
How start-up Lysn is removing the stigma surrounding seeking mental health treatment

How start-up Lysn is removing the stigma surrounding seeking mental health treatment

Tech start-up, Lysn, is an online platform that offers clients online consultations with psychologists. Lysn founder, Dr. Jonathan King, says it removes the stigma...

How to spot your partner's midlife crisis

How to spot your partner's midlife crisis

The signs may be very unexpected

A close friend of mine (let’s call her Natalie) is a little concerned her husband of 15 years is firmly...

Our Health Check reveals 69% of you are worried about your mental health

Our Health Check reveals 69% of you are worried about your mental health

The results are in and stress, anxiety, emotional health and mental illness, are your top concerns...
This one diet may prevent depression, study finds

This one diet may prevent depression, study finds

In 2017 there was an average of 8.6 deaths by suicide in Australia each day. Now, new research finds you can actually eat your way to a healthier brain and happier you...
‘It was nice not to be crazy, but it wasn’t nice to be fat and frigid from the meds’

‘It was nice not to be crazy, but it wasn’t nice to be fat and frigid from the meds’

The TV host opens up about his mental illness and the devastating toll his anti-psychosis medication had on his life...
Fitspo star Ellice Whichello reveals exactly how she banishes bad day blues

Fitspo star Ellice Whichello reveals exactly how she banishes bad day blues

She's fit, she's fierce, and she has over 57k Insta followers. But how does she manage it all? By following these 6 steps...
Why You Should Take A Mental Health Day And Not Feel Guilty About It

Why You Should Take A Mental Health Day And Not Feel Guilty About It

We’ve all felt guilty about taking a sick day at one time or another. Even if you’ve been hit with a horrible flu and find it hard just to get out of bed, all you can think...
What to say to your mate when he has depression

What to say to your mate when he has depression

Mental health initiatives have been doing wonders to break down the stigma surrounding one of Australia’s biggest killers. Campaigns such as the upcoming RUOK Day have brought ...
Lysn wants to transform the way Aussies access mental health support

Lysn wants to transform the way Aussies access mental health support

After witnessing the lack of services and resources available to help Australians gain access to mental health services, Dr Jonathan King decided to take matters into his own hands...
How to help your partner if they're suffering from a mental health issue

How to help your partner if they're suffering from a mental health issue

Mental health is a delicate subject. Team that up with it affecting your partner and it can become a tough pill to swallow. Not only are mental health issues extremely difficult for the person in the thick of it...
What To Say To A Friend You Think Might Be Depressed

What To Say To A Friend You Think Might Be Depressed

Depression is often a “buy one, get one free” type of disorder with debilitating impacts in many aspects of a person's life. It can totally shatter a person's job, education, sleep, appetite, relationship...
How To Achieve Your Goals At Work While Dealing With Chronic Illness

How To Achieve Your Goals At Work While Dealing With Chronic Illness

A scary health diagnosis has the potential to unhinge your carefully built career trajectory. But there’s hope...
How to beat imposter syndrome

How to beat imposter syndrome

Do you sometimes feel like a fraud in your own life? If you're experiencing success but feel like you don't deserve it, that's classic imposter syndrome. Read on for ways to beat your internal critic...
Dating Site For Beautiful People Tells You Why You're Not Good Enough

Dating Site For Beautiful People Tells You Why You're Not Good Enough

If you really want to feel bad about yourself, that is... Is this everything that is wrong with the world? It's certainly very confronting...
8 most common triggers of anxiety in adulthood - and how to solve them

8 most common triggers of anxiety in adulthood - and how to solve them

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia....
Click if you’re sick

Click if you’re sick

Digital technology could make a doctor’s crowded waiting room a thing of the past. 

There’s a global revolution underway in healthcare as more...

How To Keep Your Anger In Check, According To A Psychologist

How To Keep Your Anger In Check, According To A Psychologist

You know the feels - you're stuck in heavy traffic, a colleague is really irritating you, or something unexpectedly goes wrong in your life. Before you know it, the rage brewing inside you...
Science says it's good to be selfish

Science says it's good to be selfish

There’s a certain stigma attached to selfish behaviour, but a new study and experts suggest that putting your own needs first needn’t be as bad as you first think...
The cleaning mantra busy people need to adopt

The cleaning mantra busy people need to adopt

With experts saying that living in a state of clutter can impact our mental and physical health, Claire Isaac trialled a new - and easy - cleaning mantra...
Turns Out Being Married Could Be Bad For Your Health

Turns Out Being Married Could Be Bad For Your Health

If you're fighting a lot, beware.

Singletons and Tinder enthusiasts rejoice -- new research out of the University of Nevada and the University of Michigan in...

How To Tell If You Have Generalised Anxiety Disorder, According To A Psychologist

How To Tell If You Have Generalised Anxiety Disorder, According To A Psychologist

We all feel anxious from time to time, but when is it an actual problem?...
A Psychologist Says This Is When to Call It Quits on an Unhappy Marriage

A Psychologist Says This Is When to Call It Quits on an Unhappy Marriage

When any couple walks down the aisle and says “I do” the intention is forever. But as time goes on, sometimes, the person you promised to stay with has changed or...

6 tips to staying motivated at work

6 tips to staying motivated at work

If you’re currently sitting at work staring out the window while tasks build up in front of you, it might be time to read this. Staying motivated at work can be one...
Is it time to take your partner on a strength date?

Is it time to take your partner on a strength date?

Get ready for romance. We've found the latest dating trend - and for once it makes sense...
Mental health help at core of tech startup

Mental health help at core of tech startup

Dr Jonathan King, founder of telehealth startup Lysn, says running an online mental health platform buoys his optimism about the impact telehealth can have on the population’s wellbeing...
How gardening can change your mind and body for the better

How gardening can change your mind and body for the better

Growing food and flowers is just one benefit of getting in the garden – it can improve your health too...
How to avoid catching stress

How to avoid catching stress

It's official: Stress is contagious. So how can you avoid catching the worry bug?...
This is how workplace impacts your mental health

This is how workplace impacts your mental health

It is a fact that we do spend most of the time of our lives at work. Now see it like this, In total, we spend around 12 hours a day sitting working or not doing anything...
This Is What Exercise Actually Does To Our Brains

This Is What Exercise Actually Does To Our Brains

Fun fact: Our brains behave like muscles. And how do we strengthen the other muscles in our body? We exercise! In this way, our brains are no different and they too benefit from regular physical exertion...
Is It Just Me, or Has 'Self-Help' Become a Dirty Word?

Is It Just Me, or Has 'Self-Help' Become a Dirty Word?

This feature is dedicated to our #NoChangeNoFuture initiative. From the Women’s March, to Australia voting yes to same sex marriage, and the #MeToo movement...
How to start a life-changing conversation with the men in your life

How to start a life-changing conversation with the men in your life

The expert ways to start a potentially life-changing conversation with the men in your life...
A Psychologist On Suicide And The Warning Signs You Need To Look For

A Psychologist On Suicide And The Warning Signs You Need To Look For

Suicide is a devastating outcome of mental illness, something that has far-reaching effects on those close to the person and the community as a whole. Our most recent statistics...
How to stay motivated at work – according to psychologist

How to stay motivated at work – according to psychologist

If you’re currently sitting at work staring out the window while tasks build up in front of you, it might be time to read this. Staying motivated at work can be one of the biggest...
Why couples counselling could work for you

Why couples counselling could work for you

he initial idea of couples counselling could seem a world away from any problems you’re currently experiencing in your relationship. Let’s face it, couples counselling has a pretty bad reputation...
What To Do If Your Workplace Is Impacting Your Mental Health

What To Do If Your Workplace Is Impacting Your Mental Health

Whether we like it or not, most of us spend the majority of our lives at work. What happens within that cubicle or behind that counter can impact us in many ways...
How To Overcome Performance Anxiety Once And For All

How To Overcome Performance Anxiety Once And For All

Performance anxiety in sports is far more common than most people think. It affects both the inexperienced and professional athletes and generally occurs when...
The “Toblerone Tunnel” Is The Latest Unhealthy Body Image Trend Sweeping Instagram

The “Toblerone Tunnel” Is The Latest Unhealthy Body Image Trend Sweeping Instagram

Although Toblerones are usually associated with chocolatey feelings of delight (and a quick dash through Duty Free after an overseas trip), the delicious...
6 ways to avoid getting SAD this winter

6 ways to avoid getting SAD this winter

If you’re one of the thousands of people who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, you’ll be dreading the colder months. But don't despair, these six simple measures can help you fight your SAD days...
This Psychologist-Approved Trick Will Help You Get Over Imposter Syndrome

This Psychologist-Approved Trick Will Help You Get Over Imposter Syndrome

It’s been a big year for women on a global scale. In the political realm, in Hollywood, and in workplaces across many different spheres, from my point of view...
A Judge Just Ordered This 30-Year-Old Man To Move Out Of His Parents' Home

A Judge Just Ordered This 30-Year-Old Man To Move Out Of His Parents' Home

And we're like dude, you're 30 - he's doing you a favour! Meet Michael Rotondo -- a 30-year-old New Yorker whose parents just went to court to ask a judge to evict him. Yes, you read that right...
Fact: 1 in 5 Australians Are Diagnosed With A Mental Illness Each Year

Fact: 1 in 5 Australians Are Diagnosed With A Mental Illness Each Year

We live in a health-conscious world where nut milks have replaced dairy, cauliflower has replaced rice and stevia has become the new sugar. We’re quick to try diets like...
How technology can help manage your anxiety

How technology can help manage your anxiety

We're often told to switch off our screens to improve mindfulness and connect better with others, but could using technology actually improve our mental health?...
The Science of Scent

The Science of Scent

As we are all well aware, a simple scent can evoke a special memory or feeling within you within seconds, from a teenage love to maybe an overseas holiday. For me, the one...

Why Are You Secretly Happy When Your Friends Fail?

Why Are You Secretly Happy When Your Friends Fail?

When a friend told Carla her marriage was over, Carla felt something unexpected – a little thrill of happiness...
8 Totally Non-Clichéd Ways To Practice Self-Love Daily

8 Totally Non-Clichéd Ways To Practice Self-Love Daily

From a young age we are often taught that ‘loving yourself’ is conceited or narcissistic, but in fact it’s an integral part of having well-balanced self-esteem...
Why Power Dressing Can Lead to a Promotion, According to a Psychologist

Why Power Dressing Can Lead to a Promotion, According to a Psychologist

Casual Friday is undoubtedly a thing. But as it turns out, your dream career could mean needing to retire casual dressing in the office entirely. Hear us out. When it comes...
Why am I suddenly jealous of my friend’s success?

Why am I suddenly jealous of my friend’s success?

We love to see our friends doing well, don't we? And it's normal to feel a touch of jealousy when others are hitting goals we dream of achieving ourselves...
The surprising way this Instagram star copes with her depression

The surprising way this Instagram star copes with her depression

Rochelle Mace wasn’t seeing any results from her endless appointments with psychiatrists and psychologists. But little did she know, the solution to treating her mental health condition was lying in the comfort of her own home...
Here's How a Psychologist Wants You to Shut Down Shame Once and For All

Here's How a Psychologist Wants You to Shut Down Shame Once and For All

When Dr. Brené Brown gave her TEDxHouston speech "The Power of Vulnerability" in 2010, it seemed like the world dropped everything and listened to what she had to say...
Why Setting A Good Example For Young Girls Is More Important Than Ever

Why Setting A Good Example For Young Girls Is More Important Than Ever

In today's 24/7 media environment, children are spending more time than ever with technology. But with the plethora of information on offer, they might not be getting the right messages...
What does it mean to be a third child?

What does it mean to be a third child?

Can birth order can affect people's personalities and outlook on life? With the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child imminent...
4 Psychologist-Approved Methods for Dealing With Mum-Shaming

4 Psychologist-Approved Methods for Dealing With Mum-Shaming

Parenting is not an easy job. Not only are parents responsible for how they bring a child into the world, but with so much information out there about the right ways to do it...
Former Bachelor star Megan Marx reveals her mental health battle

Former Bachelor star Megan Marx reveals her mental health battle

'I was prescribed anti-depressants when I was 14': Former Bachelor star Megan Marx reveals her mental health battle and admits she was in 'a very dangerous place without hope'...
How to help your child make new friends

How to help your child make new friends

Listening to children squabble over the one toy they all suddenly want to play with can be unpleasant for just about every parent, but believe it or not, that kind of interaction is important for kids...
Is Australia too reliant on antidepressants?

Is Australia too reliant on antidepressants?

“Dismissing depression as merely a chemical imbalance makes it seem like it's just a glitch in the program; it paints our pain as meaningless.”...
Learning to Put Up Boundaries Could be the Best Thing You Ever Do

Learning to Put Up Boundaries Could be the Best Thing You Ever Do

The first time I learnt about boundaries was in a psychologist’s office, after a 

Lysn up: mental telehealth online platform

Lysn up: mental telehealth online platform

Lysn up: mental telehealth online platform expands nationwide with low tech option for poor internet areas...
Exercise addiction is a thing and it's slowly killing Australians

Exercise addiction is a thing and it's slowly killing Australians

When Lizzy Williamson got a job as a professional dancer on a major cruise ship, her delight soon dimmed...
What's the issue here? Kim Kardashian poses topless in photo taken by 4-year-old daughter

What's the issue here? Kim Kardashian poses topless in photo taken by 4-year-old daughter

While Kim's fans argue over the appropriateness of the photo, a psychologist tells us what the real issue is here...
Telehealth startup Lysn connects people to vetted psychologists for video consultations

Telehealth startup Lysn connects people to vetted psychologists for video consultations

The concept of telehealth – connecting with a doctor for an online video consultation – is making its way into the mainstream, if slowly but surely...
How Jonathan King founded mental health startup Lysn

How Jonathan King founded mental health startup Lysn

The vision for mental telehealth startup Lysn started out big and ambitious: to create an online allied health hospital for patients and clinics alike to helping facilitate care for rural and regional patients...