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E-LEARNING MODULE - Work within the context of the mental health sector

Mental Health eResources

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Young Black Dog volunteers share their personal battles with mental health

MENTAL HEALTH APPS FROM THE BLACK DOG INSTITUTE

CLICKVIEW VIDEOS

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ANGELS & DEMONS : CLICKVIEW VIDEOS

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Angels and demons

What does it feel like to lose your mind - and can you get it back again? Andrew Denton immerses himself in the world of mental illness, a world that?s often invisible because in our fear, we choose to look away. He meets people who wrestle with angels and demons, visions and voices, people with remarkable tales of resilience and recovery. Date of broadcast 7/4/08

CHANGING MINDS The Inside story. Clickview videos & Podcast

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MENTAL HEALTH PEER WORK

Published on Jun 23, 2015 by NSWMHCommission .Discusses the power of peer workers and their use of lived experience

MENTAL HEALTH WORK

Published on Sep 11, 2012 by Dave Mason

Pakhzin meets up with mental health peer support worker Hayley to get an insight into a career that has a focus on helping others in a practical, caring way.

SPEAKING OUR MINDS: A guide to how we use our stories

TRAINING RESOURCES FOR CERT IV in Mental Health Peer Work

PEER SUPPORT WORKER JOB DESCRIPTION

RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR LOAN

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Resources on Mental Health - borrow now or ask for an interlibrary loan.

VIDEOS ON MENTAL HEALTH & DEPRESSION

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Depression and anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems for young Australians. About one in every four people aged 12 to 25 will experience depression. Anxiety is distressing, and it can stop you achieving your full potential, but it can be treated http://www.headspace.org.au

 

Published on Jul 13, 2012

Short documentary on recovery from serious mental illness and disability and the role of goal setting in recovery. By Sunflower Films 2008.

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