Loneliness and isolation
Everyone feels a sense of loneliness and isolation at times. Learn why you may feel this way, how it affects your mental health and how to deal with it.
Beating Christmas stress and anxiety
The Christmas season is meant to be a time of joy, but for many people it can be a time of stress, anxiety, disappointment or loneliness.
8 ways to stress-proof your festive season
Christmas can lead to stress, family conflict and financial woes for many people. Check out these tips for keeping your cool during the festive season.
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) diagnosis
If you suspect you have BPD, the first step to receiving a borderline personality disorder diagnosis is to see a doctor or mental health professional.
How to get help with mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
If you’re concerned about your mental health because of the COVID-19 crisis, here are some of the tips, services and resources available to help you.
Why you should take your dog to work
Pets can be loyal, loveable – and good for your health. That’s why, on International Take Your Dog to Work Day, people take their canine friends to the office.
Depression and older people
Depression in adults over 65 can include unexplained physical symptoms, memory loss, and various behavioural changes. This page can help you diagnose if an older person may be suffering from depression.
Guide dogs, also called seeing eye dogs, are animals trained to help people who are blind or visually impaired to travel safely.
Tasmania rural and remote health services
Tasmania's rural and isolated regions make careful planning and preparation essential to help you meet the challenge of accessing health services.
Northern Territory rural and remote health services
NT health services support some very remote areas, so they are not always readily available. It's important to prepare for when you need help.