Relief Strategies – The Failings Of Our Mental Health Industry As a mental health professional, I’m extremely concerned about the state of our mental health industry. Being on the receiving end of a phone call when a stranger shares with me… “my son just committed suicide” is heart wrenching; a wife sharing that her husband […]
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Why Taking The Occasional Day Off Work Is Good For You Emily Blatchford The Huffington Post Australia June 6, 2016 With the cost of absenteeism to the Australian economy estimated to be around $32.5 billion, it’s safe to say Aussies are well and truly familiar with the concept of chucking a sickie. While the practice […]
The National Framework for Recovery Oriented Mental Health Services (the Framework) was launched on 21 August 2013. The page linked in the heading provides a brief description and documents comprising the framework.
This page contains a brief statement by the CEO of Mental Health Australia Limited and a number of links to various articles. Mental Health Australia Limited, November 27, 2015
ENDAL by Allen and Sandra Parton The remarkable story of Endal, voted ‘Dog of the Millennium’, and how, through his remarkable skills, companionship and unstinting devotion, he gave Allen Parton a reason to live again. Allen Parton was seriously injured while serving in the Gulf War. He lost the use of both of his legs, […]
CLOUDSTREET by Tim Winton This book is a modern, comtempory work of fiction. From separate catastrophes two rural families flee to the city and find themselves sharing a great, breathing, shuddering joint called Cloudstreet, where they begin their lives again from scratch. For twenty years they roister and rankle, laugh and curse until the roof […]
A BIG LITTLE LIFE by Dean Koontz Dean Koontz’s first ever nonfiction book is the deeply moving story of his life with his good dog Trixie. Dean Koontz is known for exploring the dark side of human nature in his fiction. But his softer, playful side comes out when he talks about his beloved dog, Trixie, […]
THE ANXIETY AND PHOBIA WORKBOOK By Edmund Bourne This is a revision of the best-selling classic. It provides step-by-step help for sufferers of anxiety and phobic disorders. This edition offers the latest treatment strategies for the whole range of these problems – panic disorder, agoraphobia, generalised anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder – with revisions that […]
LIVING WITH IT: A GUIDE TO PANIC ATTACKS BY BEV AISBETT, AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR Written by a patient for patients from a patient’s point of view, Bev Aisbett’s little book provides the tools in dealing with panic with the aid of her inimitable cartoons. Her follow-up books – Living It Up and Letting It Go – […]
From Panic to Power BY LUCINDA BASSETT “From Panic to Power will take you on a transforming journey from fear, anxiety, and panic to success, personal power, and peace of mind. Lucinda Bassett developed the internationally acclaimed “Attacking Anxiety” program — a combination of techniques and skills that helps people suffering from anxiety and […]
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