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    Mental Health Publications

    An A-Z list of mental health publications found on the Department of Health and Ageing website.

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    Mental Health: ARAFMI

    ARAFMI provides support and advocacy for families and friends with mental illness or disorder. ARAFMI can help by offering, support, education and advocacy.

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    Mental Health: Australian Psychological Society

    The Australian Psychological Society (APS) is the largest professional association for psychologists in Australia, representing more than 21,000 members. The APS is committed to advancing psychology as a discipline and profession. It spreads the message that psychologists make a difference to peoples’ lives, through improving scientific knowledge and community wellbeing.

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    Mental Health: Clinical Practice Guidelines

    The RANZCP has developed Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) to provide mental health practitioners, consumers, and carers with evidence-based information about particular mental illnesses and appropriate treatment options. The guidelines address six specific disorders or conditions, these include; Anorexia nervosa; Bipolar disorder; Deliberate self harm (youth and adult); Depression; Panic disorder and agoraphobia; and Schizophrenia.

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    Mental Health: Enhancing Student Wellbeing

    Enhancing Student Wellbeing is a suite of resources to assist university educators to develop policies, curriculum and teaching and learning environments that better support student mental health. The growing prevalence and severity of mental health difficulties across student populations in higher education is an issue of significant concern for universities. This project supports sector-wide conversations, a whole-of-institution approach and pedagogical innovations that promote mental health and wellbeing, enabling all students to realise their academic potential.

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    Mental Health: MoodGYM training program

    Delivering cognitive behaviour therapy for preventing depression.

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    Mental Health: National Institute of Mental Health - Medications - US

    NIMH provides a detailed booklet that describes mental disorders and the medications for treating them -- includes a comprehensive list of medications.

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    Mental Health: National Mental Health Strategy Website

    The National Mental Health Strategy Website has a vast array of information on conditions, treatments and medications.

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    Mental Health: ORYGEN Youth Health - Fact Sheets

    ORYGEN has produced a range of fact sheets on mental health and these are available for download as pdf files.

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    Mental Health: Reach Out!

    Reach Out! is designed to give support to Australian youth who are depressed/suicidal or affected by suicide of a loved one. Includes on line chat and peer support. Also includes an "issues" section that holds info relevant to most young adults including those at uni.