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Information and resources to help you take care of your mental health as you start, or continue, to adapt to COVID-normal life.
Whether it’s adjusting to new ways of working or dealing with financial stress, we’ve put together a range of articles to help you support your mental health.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought abrupt changes to daily life. We look at ways to manage your mental health given the physical distancing measures in place.
There are a number of different ways that people can manage their mental health.
Health Direct have developed an online tool that allows you to determine whether to seek further medical advice.
A couple reflect on what the fist weeks were like for them as new parents during this challenging time.
In this animated video, Rachael opens up on how goal-setting has helped her stay on top of her mental health since losing her job due to COVID-19.
We’ve put together a list of reliable resources to help guide you through this stressful time.
There are a number of ways to support your mental health during periods of self-isolation or quarantine.
Read Jessica's thoughts on isolation, easing restrictions and hopes for the future as she navigates her mental health.
Learn the basics of eating well, emotional eating and cooking as meditation to support your mental health during COVID-19.
One of the biggest challenges we're all facing is how to manage the enormous disruption to our normal lives.
Dr Grant Blashki talks about the importance of seeking support and how a telehealth appointment with your GP can help.
It's more important than ever to continue with regular professional support if you need it, and telehealth can help.
How to create an inner haven you can retreat to whenever you feel overwhelmed.
Most people in Australia are currently either distancing, self-isolating, or self-quarantining.
Relatation techniques can help to relax the mind and the body and manage some of the symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Mindfulness can help cultivate a greater awareness of our own emotional landscape and the emotions of others during COVID-19.
These strategies can help you navigate life and cope with the impacts of COVID-19.
Ruth has experienced depression and anxiety over five decades. She tells us how she manages her mental health.
It's important to update your suicide safety plan to respond to changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to a physical condition, Sherry has been adapting to isolation since before COVID-19. She talks about she has coped.
Mark talks about his suicide safety plan ad the updates he made to adapt to restrictions presented by the coronavirus.
Cody details his journey with alcohol and how is he coping with the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find out how using the SIFT technique can help you stay well informed while protecting your mental health.
How new parents can navigate this tricky time and protect their mental health.
Measures introduced to combat the spread of COVID-19 mean that many parents and carers are now working from home.
Expectant parents across Australia are having to adjust to managing a pregnancy during a pandemic.
Having lived with anxiety most of her life, Camilla talks about how she has managed her mental health during the pandemic.
Physical distancing and isolating from others is creating new and unique challenges, particularly for older Australians.
Did your lockdown to "get stuff done" not go to plan? Let go of lockdown regrets and focus on what you did do.
Research tells us that domestic and family violence become more frequent and severe during major events such as COVID-19.
After months of self-isolation, reconnecting with others is more important than ever, especially for older people.
One of the ways we can look after our mental health is to make sure we are as physically healthy as we can be.
Learn how people with physical disability can support their mental wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Read William's personal account of living with physical disability during the pandemic and how he supported his mental health.
Statistics show an increase in online gambling during the pandemic, as people try to entertain themselves, and manage anxiety.
Learn how people with intellectual disability can support their mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.
People with disability face unique challenges in terms of mental health due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
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