Which games and mobile apps can improve your mental wellbeing, relieve you of stress and give you energy to refocus? Alain Nguyen offers his suggestions.
If you’re concerned about your friend’s mental wellbeing but unsure how you should speak to them about it, we have the guide for you. Wing Kuang spoke with student counsellor Camilo Martinez to assist students wishing to offer peer support.
Social media may be affecting your mental health in more ways than you know. Emmelyn Vincent explains how you can begin to reduce your use of social media today and begin improving your own mental wellbeing.
During Mental Health Week, Meld will be bringing to you a series of articles that aim to assist, educate and inform international students on what to do to improve their mental wellbeing. Stories will also include guides for students who may have a friend or family member undergoing mental issues.
PAX AUSTRALIA has taken amazing strides forward to assist individuals having a hard time coping with everything on their mind. Samantha Chew investigates the convention’s commitment to mental health aid this year.
IN an initiative to foster better mental health amongst international students, Monash University Occupational Therapy students Tiffany Kwan and Yan Leung have created a resourceful kit for students. Siti Mokhsin spoke with the girls to find out more about their project and where students can get help when in distress.
MENTAL health is a persistent topic in Australia and is often described as an epidemic for young people. Anthea Batsakis speaks to beyondblue’s Dr Stephen Carbone to learn more about how international students can identify and find support for their feelings of anxiety and depression.
OSHC Australia says international students are often unaware they have a choice when purchasing an overseas student health cover policy.
HEALTHY eating isn’t impossible or expensive. We speak to the experts to get some tips on shopping well, cooking smart and avoiding junk.
INTERNATIONAL students are covered for certain mental health services but don’t even know it .Chloe Booker investigates.
MANY international students are isolated and find it difficult to seek help, which compounds their likelihood of developing mental illness. Larissa Nicholson reports.
VOICES: The Carrical Project tells the story of five men with mental illness. Inspired by true stories and originally scripted by students, the play explores not only the men’s illnesses, but their lives, their personalities, their humour and their hopes. Also don’t miss our ticket giveaway!