As we approach the end of another year, we’re looking back at some of our most popular topics of 2018. Our aim is to provide professional support to everyone from crisis support, to helping the worried well and tips for integrated wellbeing. Check out some of the information our community found most useful:
The busier we become, the easier it can be to forget that many people are struggling with loneliness and social isolation. We’ve put together some strategies to combat loneliness and reach out to others who may be feeling this way.
Social anxiety is known as a social phobia and is more than just being shy. Here we’ve identified some lifestyle changes and treatment options that can help.
It’s common for people to feel that they don’t have much control over workplace stress. Here are some coping strategies to help you destress and improve your overall wellbeing.
Do social network sites enhance or undermine our wellbeing? We take a look at some of the research findings and how social media can affect our mental health.
At the start of 2018, Health Minister Greg Hunt announced two funding packages for the mental health sector, providing more access to services for adults, young people and children.
If you need someone to talk to or are worried about someone else, please reach out to one of our 22 counselling services. Our professional counsellors are just a phone call away.