Videos

CRRMH YouTube has videos that may be helpful

Stress Bucket

The Stress Bucket is a short animation about ‘stress’ and our capacity to cope with stress. The animation provides useful tips and strategies on managing stress in our daily lives.

Wellness Continuum

This short video is about mental health and the mental health continuum. The video provides tips and strategies on how to maintain mental wellbeing and how to seek help if you need to.

Talking to someone you are worried about – Dave and Kate

This video scenario centres on talking to someone you’re worried about. Two people are having a chat at a party, and one is able to raise their concerns over the mental health of the other and encourage them to get help. The video also shows an example of how to have a follow-up conversation after a visit to a GP.

Talking to someone you are worried about

This video scenario centres on talking to someone you’re worried about. Two guys have a chat while fixing a ute, and one is able to raise his concerns with the other and encourage him to get help.

Talking to someone you are worried about – Kate and Jan 

This video scenario centres on talking to someone you’re worried about. A person drops in to check on a friend in their home and raises concerns over the friend missing social events, not responding to calls and texts and encourages them to seek help. The video also shows an example of how to have a follow-up conversation after a visit to a GP to discuss their mental health.

Managing Stress

For individuals who may be feeling stressed. The video provides information on how to manage stress and what to do if you need further help. Discussions with the Western Primary Health Network (PHN) highlighted the need for a resource such as this to be used in medical practices.

Understanding Drought-related Stress

For health professionals to better understand how to support patients who are impacted by the drought. Discussions with the Western Primary Health Network (PHN) highlighted the need for a resource such as this to be used as part of professional development. The advice in this video is not intended for those patients who have a diagnosable mental illness.

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