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What to expect at a headspace centre?
Mental health refers to a person’s emotional and social wellbeing. When someone’s mental health declines it can affect their feelings, thoughts and actions. This can affect their day-to-day life and participation in activities such as school, work and relationships. At a headspace centre, young people can access help for a range of health problems by talking to the right type of health worker for their needs. This could be a doctor, psychologist, social worker, counsellor, occupational therapist, youth worker, alcohol and drug worker, or Aboriginal health worker. headspace centres are located throughout Australia.
- Mental health, Young people
- Target audience:
- Young people
- March 2020
- Last reviewed:
- October 2022
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