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  • Transforming Different Modalities to Achieve Better Mental Health
    Vol. 5 No. 1 (2024)

    Current developments in technology have resulted in many diagnostic and therapeutic modalities that help mental health practitioners provide better services in the community. The involvement of biological elements, early detection, and careful selection of therapy are the first steps towards patient improvement. The application of evidence-based clinical practice will help the development of psychiatric's sciences and move towards balanced mental health beyonds their stigma which unresolved. We still invite to all of authors to contribute with us in future publication opportunities to become part of progression of better mental health in the future.

     

  • Mental Health Awareness Approach by Understanding Literacy and Clinical Evidence
    Vol. 4 No. 2 (2023)

    In part to commemorate World Mental Health Day 2023 with Mental Health is a Universal Human Right, this season we took part in Mental Health Awarenees Approach by Understanding Literacy and Clinical Evidence. Approaching mental health condition not only need awareness become health, sane and productivity but also understanding this condition by adding more literacy and clinical evidence which arise in the society. This season we will learn about mindful perception, mental health problem which arises in society and also some case report about psychiatry based on clinical perspective.

  • Fight Against Depression and Embrace Equity in Mental Health
    Vol. 4 No. 1 (2023)

    Being part of commemorating International Women's Day, we share and spread about Embrace Equity related to one's problem mental health issues in women such as depression (especially post-partum depression). Up to now, we still fight against depression; the signs and symptoms can vary or be similar to other mental disorders. How to detect, give some preventive action, promote antenatal care and some positive action can help more women with mood or affective problems.

  • Mental Health and Application of Applied Therapy
    Vol. 3 No. 2 (2022)

    Currently, we are still dealing with the passing of a pandemic that has not yet ended. The development of mental health problems poses a challenge for the applicable therapies in clinical and community. Therapeutic breakthroughs invite us to think about how to form a therapy formulation and control plan in the future. These current issues will be followed up with topics of mental health development and the application of applied therapy which consist of the research article, case report, and review. 

    Last, we are apologizing for the delay in publishing due to maintenance problems (the website is still in maintenance and migration to the new system journal). We are still inviting and welcome authors who will contribute to the next publication. See you again in the next publication.

  • Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)

    Depression can affect in every age. Fighting with depression can also be challenging in spesific condition such as pregnancy, conversion from unipolar to bipolar depression, hallucinations as part of mood disorder and how to conduct therapeutic mass. This volume will talk about review and case study about this topic. Hopefully we can meet again in next volume with another topic.
  • Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021)

    Psychiatric cases will look similar to each other, is it true or still need to be assessed? let us learn from different cases and review about mental health around us.
  • Vol. 2 No. 1 (2021)

    Nowadays we face many psychiatric cases which can not be held by a single person, the clinician needs to be aware with many clinical manifestations from the patient. In this season, we perform 2 cases and 3 reviews which describe familiar cases around society with another perspective.
  • Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020)

    This current issue content of case study about application of psychotherapy and review about clinical manifestation of psychiatric in practical. Both of scientific findings by review and cases have vice versa relationship and can make our daily practice more understandable based on evidence.

    Psychotherapy and psychoeducation for different cases can be varied and had different results. The practitioner can choose their own psychotherapy based on the case they had.