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mental health

[′men·təl ′helth]
(psychology)
A relatively enduring state of being in which an individual has effected an integration of his instinctual drives in a way that is reasonably satisfying to himself as reflected in his zest for living and his feeling of self-realization.
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* What's My M3--This free mental wellness app (iOS version 7.0 or newer and Android) allows the user to administer a self-test of symptoms of disorders such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and OCD.
"I believe there are many non-medication modalities that can be helpful in fostering mental wellness in children, adolescents, and adults.
The House of Representatives has approved on second reading a bill seeking to increase the bed capacity of the Mariveles Mental Hospital in Mariveles, Bataan to 700 beds and rename it as the "Mariveles Mental Wellness and General Hospital."
TDC said the health program should cover mental wellness as well.
I also consult and train individuals and organisations in mental wellness. Many people are in an extended state of mental, emotional and behavioural dysfunction because they don't have a 3D approach to mental wellness.
It also explains differences between the adolescent and adult brains, resilience, mental health risk and protective factors, and why mental health is important; mental wellness, including building self-esteem, coping with stress and disaster, getting along with family and friends, and dealing with challenges like divorce, abuse, grief, and suicidal thoughts; and topics like puberty and its relationship to mental health, bullying and youth violence, teen dating violence, cutting and self-harm, autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and Tourette syndrome and tics.
TMZ's sources suggest that the correct dosage and continued use of medication are key in ensuring West's mental wellness.
The key is to identify those mental wellness strategies that make us feel better, learn better, work better and relate better.
It identifies a continuum of services needed to promote mental wellness and provides advice on policy and program changes that will enhance First Nations mental wellness outcomes.
The Champlain Community Care Access Centre has introduced an outreach program designed to help schools meet the needs of students facing mental wellness issues like depression and anxiety.
Mental Wellness: Clinical Applications & Case Histories 18th March 2012