We should absolutly have psychological health care center(s). Preferably connected to/as a part of hospitals, for both in and out treatments.
I would suggest developing a better screening processes for our young, where they actually get tested for many of the different conditions, at certain ages.
Spontaneus suggestion: the year they start school and then ages 10, 13, 16, 19, 22.
This would give a good record on development, not letting a condition go to long without diagnose, but also pick up on those harder to see at en early age.
This also makes psychiatric care less stigmatized, so those we wouldn't discover (or their parents) would be more likely of seeking help if they suspected anything.
Good bonus: records will give great statistics both for research and to know how that part of population is doing.
For new arrivals I would actually start with a general screening of them as well. A routine example after 2 weeks, where we both do general tests for conditions and check how they're doing in (mood, food, sleep...)+ booking a session for just letting them talk in general (they will have a lot to process after moving, so everyone would have this), where we also have a chance to pick up on things.
Making mental health care less stigmatized with these processes will make it easier for people to seek out help.
School nurses should be educated in psychology as well.
Make it easy to contact us. I don't know how communication will work when Asgardia becomes reality. But have as many options as possible! If I would apply this to modern day I would say phone, textmessage, chat on website, or just coming in person should all work. Not creating barriers for those who need us.
Would suggest workplaces with a certain amount of people should have a work-nurse (like school nurse, just different place), who should be educated in psychology as well.
That's what I got right now... will probably return with more another time!
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