Posts tagged with mental health

  1. Managing psychological disorders

    It can be difficult to talk about mental health problems, particularly when the label or diagnosis given is not well understood by others…

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/07/14/managing-psychological-disorders

  2. When to seek help?

    At what point should you seek professional help for your mental health? Whenever you feel it may be helpful, there are no rules for how ‘bad’ things must be. Read on for more information.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/04/13/when-to-seek-help

  3. Crying nearly every day

    Hi, I don’t feel sad or stressed but I seem to cry out of nowhere nearly everyday, sometimes multiple times and usually at night. Sometimes it …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/03/28/crying-nearly-every-day

  4. Helping a friend

    It’s not easy trying to help a friend who doesn’t want help, but just being a friend can make a big difference. Just remember to look after yourself!

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/06/03/helping-a-friend

  5. Dealing with a panic attack

    Panic attacks can be scary when they occur, but there are simple strategies to prevent and manage them. Read on for some tips!

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/05/31/dealing-with-a-panic-attack

  6. Studying with an eating disorder

    Relapses are common while recovering from an eating disorder, and trying to study while still look after your mental health is an added challenge. Read on for some important resources.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/05/27/studying-with-an-eating-disorder

  7. Lost memories and intense emotions

    Our past memories can trigger strong emotions, and are closely tied to our identity. Does this mean we need to remember things in order to know who we are?

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/04/26/lost-memories-and-intense-emotions

  8. Suicidal thoughts after a traumatic event?

    Even when life is going well, it’s normal to worry about the future and how we would cope if things went wrong. Building resilience is always helpful, and there are many ways to get help if we need it.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/03/18/suicidal-thoughts-after-a-traumatic-event

  9. Loneliness and depression

    Depression can affect anyone at any time, and the symptoms are often confusing. If you’re suffering, read on to get some advice, or take steps to access real help.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/03/17/loneliness-and-depression

  10. Diagnosis and Medication

    Worried you may suffer from a mental illness? Read on for some information on what to do next.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/01/22/diagnosis-and-medication

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