From Australia to continue to derive significant contributions to the promotion and prevention of mental health in young people. This volume provides a broad overview of interdisciplinary experiences aimed at the advancement of thought and practice in this area. The book is divided into theoretical chapters, reviews of detailed research and analysis on topics such as reducing risk factors, construction of infrastructure to promote mental health in young people, the role of school, new communication technologies and progress, combating stigma, suicide prevention, the development of protective factors and resilience. The introductory essay by the curators and the presentation of the Italian Michele Tansella enrich the current debate on these issues and the future. The book is directed to professionals who deliver mental health services, doctors, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses and those working with young people dealing with their quality of life, educators, teachers and students.