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Activities

quizzes, online surveys, games and other interactive activities

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Lesson Plans

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Stress Management

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International


Clinical depression.co.uk/Treating_Depression



Centre For clinical Intervention

printable Resources and information sheets

Boston University centre for psychosocial rehabilitation

Going to College

bbc's state of mind

hisory of mental health care
Total Institution
Altered States
Community Care?
Happiness in a Pill?
Which Way Now?


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In their words...

Mental Health Watch is a website designed to inform people about mental health and some of the different kinds of mental illnesses that are common in the world today. The information on this site is here to help you get the life you want. I’m sure each and every one of you has suffered some sort of mental illness or know someone who has. I myself for the past 10 years have suffered from social anxiety and about 5 years ago went to a doctor and got the help i needed. Now i live the life i want and would love to be able to help others that suffer from similar conditions.



National

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Australia's national Youth mental Health Foundation
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www.reachout.com.au

www.rethink.org

www.nimh.nih.gov

Oxygen Youth Health


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The Mental Health Council of Australia

This website provides an independent view of mental health services in Australia, in particular the 'not for service report.'



Sane Australia

Sane provides wonderful fact sheets on mental health and mental illness, plus much more

Its all right
Dealing with mental illness in your family can be hard. Here’s how we can help:
  • Read the diaries of four teenagers, based on real stories, as they deal with the challenge of living with mental illness in their families
  • Read our Factsheets for clear facts and information
  • Contact our Helpline for advice and access to support


beyondblue

A mine of information

MHS Kits

This web page is about the Mental Health Survival Kit. This is a project of Lyn Mast, a Warrnambool woman with a vision.



State

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Being active, having a sense of belonging and having a purpose in life are all good for our mental health and wellbeing.
We not only feel happier, we also cope better with problems and stress.

Green Apple

VICSERV

VICSERV is the peak body for Psychiatric Disability Rehabilitation and Support Services in Victoria. It has a comprehensive library and links page
Mental Health Council of Tasmania
MHCT is the peak body for NGO's delivering mental health programs in Tasmania
Department of Human Services (Vic)
Dept of Health and Human Services (Tas)
Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (Fed)
Community Southwest
The alliance of not for profit organisations in south west Victoria
The Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre
The web page for Mara Pacer's business in Victoria




ARt and Mental Illness

Dr ShockMay 3, 2009



A post on Mind Hacks again pointed me to this website of the Wellcome Collection museum with Art and Mental Illness. The museum has two fantastic free exhibitions on the art and history of mental illness: Madness and Modernity:

This multidisciplinary exhibition presents the range of ways madness and art interacted in Vienna, from designs for utopian psychiatric spaces to the drawings of patients confined in them. It explores the influence of psychiatry on early modernism and encourages us to reflect on how we deal with mental illness 100 years on.

The other exhibition is: Bobby Baker’s Diary Drawings: Mental illness and me, 1997-2008:

Bobby Baker is one of the most widely acclaimed and popular performance artists working today. She began her diary drawings in 1997 when she became a patient at a day centre. Originally private, they gradually became a way for her to communicate complex thoughts and emotions that are difficult to articulate to her family, friends and professionals

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Comics

http://tallguywrites.livejournal.com/128148.html