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ABOUT THIS GUIDE

This guide will help you locate resources about Mental Health

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RECOMMENDED RESOURCE : COMORBIDITY GUIDELINES & TRAINING

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

 

IN THE NEWS

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RUOK?

RUOK Day - how to ask RUOK by   Deakin Life

CHANGING MINDS The Inside story - DVDs, BOOK & Podcast

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.

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

Mental Health eResources

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Try these eBooks for Mental Health issues.

VIDEOS WORTH VIEWING

Go to "In the Media" page for other video clips on mental health issues.

 

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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RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR LOAN

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

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

CLICKVIEW VIDEOS

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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.

Nowra Helping Hands

Published on Dec 14, 2016 by 

Helping Hands Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW

The team at Helping Hands in Nowra on the south coast of NSW give you an overview of how they're helping people living with mental illness.

ANGELS & DEMONS : RECOMMENDED DVD

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

Young Black Dog volunteers share their personal battles with mental health

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS TRAINING FOR EMERGENCY STAFF

Published on May 27, 2016 by NHS WLMHT 

MATES training video for emergency pathway staff about patients experiencing psychosis

MENTAL HEALTH APPS FROM THE BLACK DOG INSTITUTE