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Mental Health First Aid Manuals

HETI Mental Health Act Video Podcasts

Click  HETI Mental Health Act Video Podcasts to view these four videos or their transcripts        

Video 1 Why do we have a mental health act

Video 2 Who is the Mental Health Act for

Video 3 The Mental Health Act’s intent

Video 4 Practice implications of the Act's intent and provisions

 

Mental Health Month

 

RUOK?

RUOK Day - how to ask RUOK by   Deakin Life

Young Black Dog volunteers share their personal battles with mental health

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New Resources

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

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Suggested eBooks and Books

Changing minds - The Inside story

Changing minds: the inside story Series 2

 

The series follows ten characters whose mental illnesses do not discriminate in age or social standing. They include Nicholas (aged 18), a bullied schoolboy who relieves his anxiety by self-harming; Taileah (20), a recently graduated nurse whose stress manifests in distressing auditory hallucinations; Nathan (24) whose schizophrenia allows him to chat with Hitler and Muhammad Ali; Fabrice (36), a barrister's son with persecutory delusions about demons and devils; and David (47) who believes he is Elvis Presley.