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.
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.Read article
Returning to work after a mental health issue
Returning to work after a mental health issue can be daunting. You may have lost some of your confidence and aren’t sure what sort of reception you are going to receive when you return to work.Read article
Should I talk about my mental health at work?
Mental health has a far-reaching impact on the wellbeing of Australians at work. Yet, for a range of reasons, many people do not feel comfortable discussing it with their colleagues.Read article
Managing workplace stress
It’s likely that at some point in your career you’ve had a stressful job, even if you love what you do. Workplace stress can be short term, like meeting a tight, important deadline, but if work stress becomes chronic and long term, something must be done.Read article
Do I need a mental health day?
Taking a mental health day can help stop those little problems from turning into bigger problems and reduce your stress levels. Learn how to take a mental health day.Read article
How to balance living and working from home
Remote working isn’t the future of how employees work, it’s already here. But sometimes balancing working from home with living from home can be difficult. Read our tips on how to work remotely.Read article
When to take a mental health day
With three million Australians currently living with anxiety or depression, it’s no wonder we sometime need a mental health day! At times we place more emphasis on physical health in the workplace than our mental health. Look out for these signs you may need a mental health breather.Read article
Taking care of yourself at work
Most people work a 36-40 hour week, but there are also a lot of people who work more or less than that. Regardless of how much you work, it can still take a toll on your mental health.Read article
Looking after yourself in the workplace
If you spend a lot of time at work, what steps can you take to ensure your workplace isn’t negatively impacting your mental health? Here’s how to look after your wellbeing at work.Read article