Education and Guidance

Mental Health Information

“Are you okay?”

We hear this simple phrase all the time. I would hazard a guess you’ve either heard or said it in the last week. Maybe even the last day. There’s such an emphasis in the world on being okay that we frequently feel the need to assure one another that everything is fine.

But what if the answer was no? Is it not okay, to not be okay?

Where do you go when you need help for a problem you’re not allowed or afraid to admit that you have?

 

Fortunately, for the first time, there is a lot of incredibly important movement beginning to emerge in the intersection between games and psychiatry.

Here you can learn about the wide range of mental health problems that anyone can suffer at any point in their life. They are so common in fact, that a third of people will experience clinical anxiety or depression at some time.

 

It is okay to talk about this. It is okay to learn about this. Never be scared to reach out for help.

PTSD

PTSD

Any traumatic event can cause a stress response, but PTSD is specifically exposure to real or threatened death, injury, or sexual violence. Other stressors such as losing a job or
OCD

OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is characterised by long term intrusive thoughts and fears that cause extreme anxiety, leading to the sufferer feeling they need to perform certain behaviours or rituals to