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01/24/2017 at 06:44. Facebook
Deciding what to study or finding work are big decisions in a your life as there are so many choices and options, it can be very overwhelming. However, there are a number of things you can do to help this process and work towards setting and achieving personal goals.

On Sunday 29 January between 7-8pm (AEDT), you can anonymously chat online to our mental health professionals, work and study...
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01/20/2017 at 06:14. Facebook
Remember that a diagnosis is not your label – it may be part of you, but it isn’t all of you.

When you’re going through a tough time it can be easy to forget this, but there is support available online or on the phone at
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01/17/2017 at 06:46. Facebook
With university offers released tomorrow, we understand this can be a very worrying time for many young Australians.

No matter what the outcome, there are plenty of options and people you can talk to if you need help and support.

Visit or to find your local centre:
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01/13/2017. Facebook
Yes, you do matter :) It takes courage to reach out for help and when you do, headspace is available. If you're feeling low, you can contact your nearest headspace centre at bit.ly/hspcntr or give us a call on 1800 650 890. From everyone at headspace, we hope you have a great and safe weekend
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01/11/2017. Facebook
“The more we see sexuality and gender diverse folk represented in the public health sector, the more we can help young people to realise that they’re not alone.”

We’re incredibly proud of headspace Youth Advocate Charlie, who spoke to SBS News about his personal experience with anxiety and depression, as well as emphasising that there are people in the LGBTQI+ community who experience mental...
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The importance of LGBTQI+ representation in public health

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01/10/2017. Facebook
Millions of young people across the country heading into primary and secondary school over the coming weeks and some may be facing feelings of excitement, anticipation and nerves. There are students who can adjust to the changes and settle into things quickly. However, others may find this a daunting and challenging time.

There can be a number of reasons why it might be hard to go school:...
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01/05/2017. Facebook
Ever wondered what it's like at one of our headspace centres? They're located across in metropolitan, regional and rural areas of Australia and are designed with the input from young people.

headspace centres are there to help people with their mental health and wellbeing. Find your nearest headspace centre at

To learn more about what goes on at a headspace centre, head to bit.ly/hsp-fullcent
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01/02/2017. Facebook
For some, the start of a new year is a great time to make resolutions and work towards some great achievements. We hope that keeping on top of your mental health and general wellbeing is right up there. There are a number of ways to look after your mental health each day, including eating well, getting enough sleep and setting some realistic goals to work towards - all of which help towards a...
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01/01/2017. Facebook
From all of us at headspace, we wish you the best for the New Year. Here's to having a safe and healthy year in 2017!
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12/28/2016. Facebook
Being active, eating well and talking about what you’re going through are just some of ways to help manage your mental health. Along with the good times there may be challenging times, so it’s important to try and look after yourself and seek support when needed. Our friendly eheadspace team are available to chat if you, or someone you know, is going through a tough time.
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12/26/2016. Facebook
If you’re supporting a young person who’s going through a tough time, it’s important to talk honestly and openly, as well as being able to listen to how they’re feeling and what they're going through. Helping them to build a support network and offering a few options for guidance and support can make a huge impact.

Being there for a young person is a great thing to do, however, it’s also...
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How to support a family member

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12/23/2016. Facebook
Dear friends,

From all of us headspace, we would like to say a HUGE thank you for your support and encouragement in 2016. It’s been an incredible year and the love and support we’ve received is truly appreciated.

As a reminder, we’ll be posting less frequently and it’ll take us a little longer to respond back to your comments. If you know a young person going through a tough time, please...
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12/22/2016. Facebook
As we’re approaching the holidays, we’ll be posting less frequently and our responses will take a bit longer than usual. Many of our centres will be closed or have varying opening hours during the holiday period. Please refer to to check details for your nearest centre.

If you’re a young person going through a tough time and need to talk to someone, you can speak to one of our professionals...
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12/21/2016. Facebook
“They actually care, they want to help. And that allowed me to open up and start my recovery journey” - Jarrad.

With thanks to REST Industry Super, headspace captured a number of young people's stories highlighting the importance of seeking help when going through a tough time. If you’re a young person aged 12 to 25 and want to talk to someone, headspace is here to help.

Watch Jarrad's full...
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12/19/2016. Facebook
If you’ve had a hard year of work or study and want a good excuse to catch up with family and friends, you’re probably excited for the holiday period which is just around the corner.

However, there are many reasons why the holiday period might not be as happy or joyous as we would like. For lots of people it can be a difficult time of year, but it can help to know you’re not alone in feeling...
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12/15/2016. Facebook
GETTING THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS

For some young people, the holiday period can be a time for relaxing, celebrating and reuniting with extended family and friends, but for others it can be stressful or worrying.

For tips and advice around this, our anonymous group chat will be held on Sunday 18 December, 2016 between 7pm-8pm AEDT.

To register and set a reminder:
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12/13/2016. Facebook
“I learnt about other coping strategies which has evened everything out at the same time. There are a lot of other things that go on with anger – but once you start ironing those things out, other things will iron out with it.”
Taz headspace Youth Advocate talks to us about anger.

1 in 5 young people across Australia have trouble controlling their anger and the signs and symptoms of anger may...
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12/12/2016. Facebook
Facebook is a great place to share stories and keep our friends up-to-date with what’s going on in our lives. But sometimes you might notice a friend posting about going through a tough time.

If you see post from a friend that worries you, we encourage you to report it to Facebook. By clicking on the top right arrow of their post and then ‘report post’ with some further details, Facebook will...
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12/09/2016. Facebook
Happy Friday All
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12/08/2016. Facebook
We will be hitting send on the final headspace happenings email for 2016 very soon!

This edition will recap some of the great work that has happened over the year, as well as a general headspace update.

It’s not too late to sign up! Visit our website and click the big green button