Category Archives: Depression

Lived experience of mental health can open new doors

by Johnathon Harms As featured in the 2017 Country Web Annual. Women in rural and regional Australia will be only too familiar with the limited access to mental health support services. These problems are all the same, only worse, outside … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety, Depression, Domestic Violence, Drug support, Health, mental health, Rural Support Workers, rural women | Tagged | Leave a comment

Women’s health: 3 steps to treating perimenopause

by Jeff Butterworth B.App.Sc, N.D As featured in The Country Web 2016 Annual. If 50 is the new 40 and 40 is the new 20, then perimenopause seems to be the new PMS. It’s very common and affects women between the … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety, Communities, Depression, Families, Health, mental health, rural women, Transitioning, women, women's networks | Leave a comment

Encouraging men to tackle mental health

In Australia, one in eight men are likely to experience depression in their lifetime and one in five men are likely to experience anxiety in a 12 month period.  On this very day, seven Australians will take their own lives … Continue reading

Posted in anxiety, Communities, Depression, Families, Health, Men, mental health, Research, resilience, suicide | Leave a comment