1 in 3 people have experienced a mental health issue in their lifetime. Unfortunately, many feel that they can't talk about it.
We feel that video games not only bring people together, but that they can positively impact on player mental health and foster benefits for mood and wellbeing.
I wouldn’t usually make a public comment on games industry politics. I see Prescription Pixel as a place of support, not opposition. So in this post I am going to employ […]
This site is a wonderful resource for a balanced look at the impact video games can have on our youth. It is specifically directed at parents, carers and teachers. It […]
Today I was lucky enough to be contacted by clinical psychologist Hannah Melrose of the initiative Brave HQ. This organisation are doing fabulous work for young people with mental health […]
Wonderfully, inspiringly, and importantly, the game industry is filled with advocates brave enough to write about or speak up about mental health despite the significant social stigma. You can read […]
In this article, PCAuthority’s Online Editor David Hollingworth talks honestly and objectively about his own experiences with anxiety. This article contains invaluable information on the definition of anxiety, what it feels like, […]
What is video game addiction? What are its boundaries, its symptoms, and its treatments? How wide is its scope? In this GameSpot AU feature we speak to researchers, psychologists, medical […]
“Can games help beat depression? Danny explores the link between video games and dealing with mental health issues.” This video discusses experiences of depression, and their relation to video games […]
I often go through stages of feeling incredibly apathetic and dulled towards life, which I am loosely aware is one of the many signs of being a possible sufferer of […]