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Black Dog Institute's free online tool that can help you identify unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and learn strategies to deal with them.
Sleep Ninja® is a free, evidence-based smartphone app designed by Black Dog Institute and has shown to be effective in helping young people with sleep problems.
Black Dog Institute's HeadGear app build good mental health with simple engaging daily activities to help manage stress, improve sleep, connect better with friends and deal with difficult situations.
iBobbly is a social and emotional wellbeing self-help app for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Black Dog Institute's app iBobbly is completely private and confidential, it helps by showing you ways to manage your thoughts and feelings.
Black Dog Institute has developed a self-care planning template to help you identify what strategies help to improve your wellbeing and what you can do to cope during challenging times.
Webinars increase understanding of different mental health issues, teach and demonstrate common symptoms, inform when and where to seek help and share practical strategies to help loved ones who might be struggling.
Regular exercise is a recommended part of treatment for mood disorders including depression, it also may help to improve quality of life and can have an antidepressant effect in depressive disorders.
Black Dig Institute provides a range of approaches that can be utilised to help treat depression, to support you in feeling better.
The Online Clinic takes you through a range of clinical assessments for mental health conditions, after you'll receive a personalised report with suggested support services.
Anxiety has an impact on your life that's so marked that it makes it hard to go on with daily activities and responsibilities. Take Black Dog Institute's anxiety self-test and seek help.
Nearly 1 in 2 Australians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime, and not everyone's getting the help they may need
but there are things we can do.
BITE BACK is an online positive psychology program improving overall wellbeing
and resilience of young Australians
BITE BACK is Black Dog Institute's free, self-guided online wellbeing and resilience program for young people aged 13-16 years old.
BITE BACK can decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety and increase wellbeing.
In this podcast series Black Dog Institute invited people we know and admire to tell their stories. These are the people who have flourished and met life's challenges while managing their social and emotional wellbeing.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a group of stress reactions that can develop after we witness a traumatic event, such as death, serious injury or sexual violence to ourselves or to others.
It is normal to experience feelings of sadness, fear, guilt, or anger immediately after exposure to a distressing or traumatic event, such as natural disasters or a serious incident. It's important to prioritise yourself to help reduce some of the distress you may be feeling.