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Mental Health Related Links:

  • Anxiety Recovery Centre Victoria
    for people who live with anxiety disorders – for the one in ten people who have an anxiety disorder, and for their families, relatives and friends.
  • Back From The Brink
  • beyondblue
    beyondblue is a national, independent, not-for-profit organisation working to address issues associated with depression, anxiety and related substance misuse disorders in Australia.
  • BluePages
    provides information about depression for consumers
  • CLIMATE
    ClimateGP.tv provides clinician prescribed and supervised treatment programs for people with depression, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and agoraphobia, and for social phobia.
  • Depression Counselling & Psychologist Services in Australia
    Many famous and successful Australians have suffered, or still have depression. This is a secret but very common illness, which will affect 10% of Australian men and 20% of Australian women. You are not alone as a sufferer or as a supporter of someone with depression
  • depressioNet
    At depressioNet.com.au you will find resources to locate help and healthcare professionals as well as information about causes, symptoms and various treatment options in managing depression.
  • e-Couch
    e-couch provides evidence-based information about emotional problems (including depression and anxiety disorders) and teaches strategies that may help you to prevent problems and understand yourself better.
  • Good Therapy
    find a therapist — Good Therapy provides a place for Australians to learn about therapy, explore what good therapy means for them personally, and make connections with the people in their community who practice therapy.
  • GROW
    a community of persons working towards mental health through mutual help and a 12 step program of recovery.
  • InfraPsych
    InfraPsych was developed to enable those who may be suffering from a mental illness (and their carers) to participate in the process of understanding their mental health needs, and to manage and monitor their progress
  • Just Look : Lifeline Service Finder
    The Lifeline National Service Finder lists details of around 20,000 services and service providers around the country. You can search the database using keywords for the type of service and location required.
  • LifeLine
  • MensLine Australia
    To empower Australian men to actively participate in building and sustaining healthy personal relationships that support healthy families, workplaces and communities.
  • MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID
    First Aid is the help given to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained. Mental Health First Aid is the help provided to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis.
  • MoodGYM
    Delivering cognitive behaviour therapy for preventing depression
  • sane
    SANE conducts innovative programs and campaigns to improve the lives of people living with mental illness, their family and friends. It also operates a busy Helpline and website, which have thousands of contacts each year from around Australia.
  • Working Well
    Supports people in the workplace living with depression.

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