Mental Health & Wellbeing
- Mental Health & Wellbeing Strategy
- - Mental Health and Wellbeing Month
- - Mental health meanings
- - Health and physical wellbeing
- - Respect.Now.Always.
- - Counselling Service
- - Australia and New Zealand University Mental Health Day
- - Lifeline Training
- - Wellness Walk
- - 10 Tips to Stress Less at University
- - Lifeline CSWT Fast-track Program (Online)
- Mental Health & Wellbeing resources
- Mental Health & Wellbeing training
- Contact the Mental Health & Wellbeing team
R U OK? Day
RU OK? Day 2020
More information coming soon.
Useful Tips for asking 'R U OK'?
- Ask: "Are you OK?", making sure to let the person know that you have time to talk.
- Listen: Be open-minded, non-judgmental and patient.
- Encourage: Make suggestions that encourage physical health, self-care and professional help, if required.
- Check in: Stay in touch. Genuine care and concern can make a real difference
More useful tips on asking RU OK? can be found on the R U OK? How to Ask website
- For more R U OK? Day information and resources about R U OK? Day, visit the R U OK Day webpage
- For more RU OK? resources for University campuses, visit RU OK? at Uni - Testing Times
- To learn more about Free, confidential counselling available to all students, please visit the Counselling Service webpage or call 1300 668 370 to make an appointment
- To learn more about the Employee Assistance Program, please visit EAP
- If you are in crisis, please contact the Mental Health Line on 1800 011 511, Lifeline on 13 11 14, Emergency Services on 000, or present to your nearest Emergency Department.