Mental health broadly describes the level of our psychological well-being and inherently provides a basis to an understanding of our own identity, whether it be as a citizen of society or as an individual within a circle of family and friends.
The status of our psychological well-being however is conditional to an infinite range of factors. From basic daily anxiety to the more serious problems of alcohol and drug addiction to suicide, mental health continues to be an issue of concern today more than ever.
The increasing problems and lack of proper awareness of mental health has generated a class of individuals that have had their voices and rights dismissed. This has evoked an active need for the proper and necessary treatment of individuals concerned with mental health problems.