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HeadtoHelp is a free service open to anyone in the Murray PHN region, of any age who may be experiencing distress or mental ill health.
01 Sep 2022... When a family is affected by a crisis, everyone in the family will react in a different way. Understanding distress reactions and their effect on family dynamics can help the family to cope. Don’t hesitate to seek professional help if you think your family is struggling to recover.
01 Jul 2002... Anxiety is a word that health professionals use when a child is fearful or distressed and the distress keeps going on for a long time.
This fact sheet on eating disorders has been developed from evidence-based information through collaboration with National Eating Disorders Collaboration staff and eating disorders experts.
Anxiety is a normal part of life for children, adolescents and adults. This is usually a temporary response to stress. However, when anxiety persists it may be necessary to obtain assistance. Untreated anxiety that lasts for a longer period of time may make it difficult for a child to participate in normal activities and enjoy life.
This brochure introduces HeadtoHelp services, which were set up as a state-wide service by Victoria's six Primary Health Networks to offer clinical advice, referral and wraparound care for Victorians struggling to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. HeadtoHelp is a free service open to anyone in the Murray PHN region of any age who may be experiencing distress or mental ill health.
01 Jun 2021... Information about Anxiety, symptoms, anxiety disorders, panic attacks and where to get help.
This brochure talks about anxiety disorders, outlining the main types, possible causes, treatment options and suggestions on where to go for help.
This factsheet is to help understand more about antenatal or postnatal anxiety and depression concerns and where to go for further information and help.
01 Sep 2022... This translated resource provides information on the reaction and recovery from traumatic experiences. The resource emphasises that it is normal to have strong reactions following a distressing or frightening event, and that people can experience a range of physical, mental, emotional and behavioural reactions. It gives some examples on how to resolve traumatic reactions to trauma and encourages the seeking of help from a health professional.
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