WHICH MASSAGE IS FOR ME?
By the Australasian College Broadway
Massage has been practised for thousands of years, utilised for a variety of purposes including anxiety, tension and circulation. Continue reading Which Massage is for Me?
Social inclusion + participation
by Lin Hatfield Dodds
Social inclusion is about both the degree to which individuals feel connected with their communities and the strength of governments, other organisations and communities to sustain and nurture the positive mental health of members of the community. Continue reading Social inclusion + participation
2 cups almonds (can be pre-soaked) Continue reading Seanuts
Get happy and get stuck into this easy to make banana ice cream recipe. Continue reading Banana Ice Cream
by Janet Meagher AM
Despite unprecedented investment in Australia’s mental health system in recent years and the establishment of the National Mental Health Commission to help drive a stronger, more coherent and equitable, response to mental health, it is becoming apparent that many people who use our system are struggling more than was previously acknowledged. Continue reading What about the rest of me?
THE ROOTS & BRANCHES REFORM
By Prof Patrick McGorry AO
In the first decade of this century, Australians have recognised that mental ill-health poses one of the greatest threats to our health and wellbeing across the lifespan, as well as to the social and economic health of the nation. Continue reading The Roots & Branches Reform
Food for Mood
By Lee Holmes
Have you ever noticed how what you eat affects how you feel? Research suggests that good food can really put you in a buoyant mood. Continue reading Food for Mood