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Posts filed under: Parents & Carers

There are things you can do for yourself that can make parenting with a mental illness easier....
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With COVID-19 updates currently on our screens, radios and newspapers, parents and carers might be wondering how best to support their children and reduce worry and distress. ...
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Are you a Health Professional in Australia looking for support, knowledge and training? Black Dog Institute’s Mental Health Community of Practice is a private online community for Health Professionals with...
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Parenting or mentoring a young person as they get older can be tough. Here are some tips on how to build resilience into your relationship. Another helpful article from Headspace....
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What we do as parents creates our kids' sense of normal, which ingrains habits and behaviors that carry into adulthood....
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Supporting your child during and after the current bushfire crisis. The current bushfire catastrophe gripping Australia affects each of us differently.  Our children are particularly vulnerable and often do not...
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Children who have pets and are highly attached to them scored higher on quality of life and a whole range of other indicators of mental health....
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Thank you to the Black Dog Institute for creating this new Mental Fitness Challenge for our young people – it is designed to: Reduce Stress. Improve Focus. Expand Potential Improve...
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MumSpace – Support for the Emotional Health of New Mums, at every step. MumSpace is Australia’s new one-stop website supporting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of pregnant women, new...
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Angry Teens Teenagers, like all of us, get angry.  Often, while they are angry, they do things that hurt, disappoint and frustrate us.  And so sometimes our response is to try to...
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