Social behaviour disorders
Links to information about social behaviour disorders.
Why do people bully?
Bullying occurs in different ways and for different reasons. All cause distress and pain for the person who is being bullied.
Bullying and harassment
It comes in many forms – such as verbal, physical or online abuse – and bullying can leave the target feeling weak, helpless and even responsible.
If bullying is not challenged or stopped, it can contribute to a culture where it is tolerated. Here are some strategies to stop bullying.
Bullying occurs in many ways which all cause distress and pain to the person being bullied. Learn where to get advice and support here.
Workplace mental health
These pages include information and resources on how your mental health can be affected at work, and strategies for staying well.
Safety comes first when you're online
To mark Safer Internet Day and to combat cyberbullying, here are some insights and tips to help keep you and your children safe while online.
Depression and older people
Depression in adults over 65 can include unexplained physical symptoms, memory loss, and various behavioural changes. This page can help you diagnose if an older person may be suffering from depression.
Types of bullying
Bullying occurs in several different forms, all of which can cause distress for the person being bullied. Understand your rights and learn where to go for help.
Causes of psychosis
While no one knows exactly what causes psychosis, it could be due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Drug abuse can also be a trigger.