4 Common Myths About Schizophrenia

In recognition of Schizophrenia Awareness Week (20 – 27 May), we’re busting the myths about schizophrenia. Find out more about this disorder – with greater education and awareness, we can break the stigma of mental health. Myth 1: Violence is...

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Welcome to the Walk of Wonders!

I am Sophie and I decided to hike the Bibbulmun Track from the 17th of March. It is a 1000 kilometre journey starting in Albany at the bottom of Western Australia, up to Kalamunda, in the Perth hills. It should take me about 2 months – and...

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Recognising What Triggers Your Anxiety

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia, with approximately 2 million people experiencing the condition. You may not be able to prevent your anxiety from surfacing, but you can manage it. Recognising what triggers your...

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Mental Health and Aboriginal People

Mental health statistics show Aboriginal people are much more likely to suffer from depression or dementia than other Australians. But mental health is worst where you wouldn’t expect it to be. Selected statistics >30% – Percentage of...

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