Mental Health

How mental health hubs could help address record levels of youth anxiety and depression

Evidence shows half of mental disorders first emerge by the age of 14, and 75% by the age of 24. Image: Unsplash/Patryk Sobczak

Christine Grové

Senior Lecturer and Educational and Developmental Psychologist, Monash University

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