Phone Addiction in Children is Like Drug Abuse

The following article was kindly written and contributed by Jill Sweatman, a presenter at the 2019 Australian Rural & Remote Mental Health Symposium.  We are living in a giant uncontrolled experiment with a generation of Australian children...

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Why Carers Should Protect Their Mental Health

Millions of people around the world care for family members, friends or others in need of day-to-day assistance. Here in Australia, 3 million people are occupied as carers. From the moment you establish a caring relationship, you play an...

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How to Work with Someone with Depression

With over 300 million people worldwide affected by depression, chances are good that you know or work with someone who deals with the illness on a daily basis. Depression can affect a person’s ability to perform simple tasks, thereby making...

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Q&A with Missy Robinson, ANZMH Association Ambassador

Missy Robinson is an Australian publicist, creative, speaker, author and mental health advocate whose mission is to reduce the stigma around mental health and how even living with a complex mental illness, you can still set out and achieve all...

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7 Tips to Overcoming Burnout as a College Student

Stress is inevitable in any stage in life, including college. It is not uncommon for college students to juggle internships, part-time jobs, full course loads, extra-curriculars, and social life. Maintaining a healthy balance in all aspects of...

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