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Suicide Call Back Service provides phone and online counselling for anyone struggling with their mental health including anxiety, depression, feeling low, stressed or having suicidal thoughts.

Suicide Call Back Service has a number of resources available that can help you through this difficult time. If it is an emergency call 000.

Self-care

Virtual assistant - Breathing exercise

Claire is a virtual assistant, designed by the Suicide Call Back Service. Using artificial intelligence, Claire can support you in getting the help you need, finding information and self-help resources that can help you address your needs. Claire also has a pre-loaded breathing skills program to help you feel calmer if you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed.

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Overwhelmed

Struggling to cope? Six reasons to reach out to family and friends

When we’re struggling to cope, talking about it with the people around us might be the last thing we feel like doing. We might think they won’t care, or that we will be leaving ourselves exposed. However, opening up to someone can often make us feel much better. Here are six reasons to reach out to someone close to you.

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Work

What is emotional abuse?

Emotional abuse can be devastating and can cause harm to your mental health. Learn how to spot the common signs and find out where to get help.

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What is

What is a panic attack

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, up to 40% of the population will experience a panic attack at some point in their lifetime. Read our article on what a panic attack feels like and what can cause a panic attack to happen.

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Relationships

How to cope with relationship separation and divorce

How to cope with separation and divorce. Relationship separation and divorce are among the toughest life experiences people can face. But no matter how hard thins seem to get, there is always light at the end of the tunnel.

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Providing support

Understand how lived experience storytelling can help your mental health

Stories are often about people, and a good story is about something we can relate to or identify with. Understand how lived experience storytelling can help your mental health.

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Relationships

Signs of a toxic relationship

Things not going well in your relationship? There may be obvious things that aren’t working, but there are also subtle signs that something isn’t quite right. If you’re wondering what is going wrong, here are some signs of a toxic relationship.

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Self-care

Nature as a healer

International Day of Forests is on 21 March and this year’s theme is Forests and Sustainable Cities. The day #internationaldayofforests is a great opportunity for us to look at nature as a healer, and how it can help, heal and protect us.

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Relationships

Understand how depression can affect your relationship

Individuals with a mental health condition such as depression can have a negative impact on their spouse’s mental health, and vice versa, sometimes even leading to relationship breakdown. Understand the common signs that indicate depression could be a factor in your relationship.

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Myths

Myths about schizophrenia

There are a lot of misunderstandings about schizophrenia that result in stigma. We’re working to reduce the stigma by busting some common myths.

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Loneliness

How to build a strong support network

When it comes to our mental health and wellbeing, studies have shown that having a good support network with strong relationships you can count on, is vital. A support network refers to those people in your life that help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Read our tips on how to create a strong support network.

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Myths

Myths about suicide

There are many suicide myths that cloud our judgement and stop us from reaching out to someone who may be suicidal. Here we separate myths such as, “Asking someone if they are suicidal will put the idea in their head.” to “Once a person feels suicidal, they will always feel that way.” from fact.

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