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  • Ever feel like you can’t turn your brain off? Or maybe you want to understand why someone in your life seems to ‘over-think’? In this episode of Get Psyched you’ll be introduced to four young people who talk about what it felt like when they couldn’t turn their brains off and what sorts of thoughts were running around in there! You’ll then find out why our brains do this as three different clinicians help us understand why all of us can sometimes get stuck on that mental ‘round-a-bout’. Plus, you'll get some useful thing things to do and say to support yourself and others.
    Here are some handy links and resources for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/Resources for friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

  • Sleep can be the best, but also the worst. There’s plenty of reasons why people don’t sleep and there’s a wide range of ways that can seriously affect your life. In this episode of Get Psyched you’ll hear Lis, Luke, Ella and Sharna talk about why sleep was tough for them. You’ll also hear what they did to get their sleep routines back in whack. Then the professionals will chip in with some really really practical strategies to fix your sleep routine, or help someone else get their sleep back on track, quickly.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/SLEEP a great resource: https://headspace.org.au/young-people/sleeping-well-for-a-healthy-headspace/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

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  • How can something seemingly so simple, like brushing your teeth, become too hard? It can be difficult to understand, unless you’ve lived it. In this episode of Get Psyched Lis, Ella, Sharna and Luke talk about those daily tasks that felt impossible for them when their mental health wasn’t at its best. As they do, we perhaps start to think about it in a different way? Then we welcome in the clinicians who tell us what our brains are doing in those moments. You'll finish this episode with heaps of different ways to think about and approach this stuff, with ourselves or others.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Get in to life resource: https://headspace.org.au/young-people/get-in-to-life-to-keep-your-headspace-healthy/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

  • It can feel like there is judgement everywhere; inside and outside of our heads. In this episode of Get Psyched our household clinicians explain why our brains constantly make judgements, of ourselves and others. Lis, Luke, Ella and Sharna help explain what its was like for them when the judgements became overwhelming. Along the way hear about some ways we can pause before we judge, and learn to be more curious, more kind, less reactive, and get through life more easily.NOTE: This episode deals with themes of self-harm.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Self-harm resource for young people: https://headspace.org.au/young-people/understanding-self-harm-for-young-people/Self-harm resource for friends and family: https://headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/what-is-self-harm-in-children/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

  • We don’t often hear what that time is like when you’re starting to suspect that something’s not quite right with your mental health. In this episode of Get Psyched Sharna, Ella, Luke and Lis describe that time in their lives, how they felt, what they did, and importantly what they learned. Which is what the clinicians focus on too; the learning. Learning about yourself and the signs you might notice when things aren’t great; learning what sorts of tools we can put in our tool box of life to help us through those tough times; and learning some strategies and early intervention techniques that might be helpful in supporting someone else.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

  • What does the process of getting help for your mental health look like? Whether that helps comes from friends or family or is professional help, is there a standard way? In listening to Lis, Ella, Sharna and Luke we learn that it's different for everyone; for some it’s smooth sailing, for others they learnt techniques that made it less scary or less awkward. Plus, each of them learned what self-care means for them and tell us what they do now to keep on top of their mental health. The clinicians take us through some of those common steps that young people and their supporters might go through on that path to help and we start to think about the many different ways we can Martin good mental health and can be good helpers or support people into professional health.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.auSuicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline

  • We can’t wait for you to get this series into your ears and these stories into your mind, forever. In this six minute trailer you'll get to understand why this really is mental health info you won’t forget. It’s for or anyone who hangs out with young people and wants to help out with their mental health. Created by headspace Launceston, it’s real stories from young people who talk about the real stuff and the ‘feels’ stuff and whack that next to the ‘deal’ stuff from mental health clinicians who help us make sense of mental health.
    SHOW NOTES:
    Here are some handy links and resources where you can go for more information or for individual advice.
    If you or anyone else is in immediate danger please call 000To speak with someone urgently call Lifeline or the Suicide call back serviceLifeline: 13 11 14 or www.lifeline.org.au Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
    headspace:
    headspace website: www.headspace.org.aueheadspace for free online and telephone support and counselling to young people 12 - 25 and their families and friends: www.headspace.org.au/eheadspace/Resources with heaps of useful mental health info for young people: www.headspace.org.au/young-people/mental-health/And resources friends and family: www.headspace.org.au/friends-and-family/mental-health/
    Other Services:
    Kids helpline: 1800 55 1800 or www.kidshelpline.com.auLifeline: www.lifeline.org.auHead to health: www.headtohealth.gov.auBeyond Blue: www.beyondblue.org.auMental Health Services (Tasmanian) helpline: 1800 332 388 or www.health.tas.gov.au/service_information/services_files/mental_health_services/mental_health_service_helpline