1. The need for a systemic approach to Mental Health is not placed in a virgin realm. Corporate growth and communication strategies in the field of Health are now central to the core activities of the international communication giants as the traditional business sectors have now given up their once dominant position.
  2. Of course, the only common denominator of the above activities with the examined systemic approach is the in-depth study of the behaviors of the target groups (consumers, actors) and the intense use of technologies / means of networking and communication.But always operating quite invisibly for obvious reasons, the se strategies rarely result in the development of transparent stand-alone branded media.
  3. This trend points to the feasibility of a socially targeted systemic approach, as described, as it draws significant momentum from its operation in the opposite of relevant corporate practices despite the fact that no element of the system is excluded from its inclusion:pursuit of interactions is an identical feature of the system.
  4. But there is another fact that reinforces MENTALWORLD’s feasibility:Regarding terminology, the term “Mental Health” is used in a foggy way and certainly not in contrast or equivalent to the term “Physical Health”. Typical examples we draw from the most authoritative / largest health organization WHO: following the main menu of the WEB Site, in the drop-down menu of “Health topics” a “Mental health” option appears while nowhere will we find an entry«Physical health».

For a “strange” reason mental disorders are often considered in association with “non-communicable diseases” while a precise and official list of the above diseases is missing.The confusion turns out to be much greater when these two terms are listed at the same time:

“NONCOMUNICABLE DISEASES AND MENTAL HEALTH” is the titleof the WHO Infographic where if the descriptive adjectives “noncommunicable” and “mental” are removed, the essential “diseases” and “health” remain connected and equated semantically!


The above scientific failures and the methodological confusion caused by these arbitrary -anti-systemic connections are not accidental. However, it seems to provide the ability to obscure the image and inadequate processing of real data.