Patient Resources

The ice epidemic has been well publicised. However, many people are not aware that the problem is particularly acute in regional towns. SBS has done a comprehensive of the impact on these communities including some touching personal accounts available here Click here to read more ...

There has been some debate over whether ADD / ADHD really exists. This article from the NeuroLogica blog (written by a clinical neurologist from Yale) examines and responds one of these skeptics. Click here to read more ...

Dr Edward Hallowell is a US expert in the disease and has a great, positive explanation of one approach to treating ADD/ADHD Watch his YouTube clip by clicking here ...

ADD/ADHD is the most common mental health condition in Australian children, affecting around 7% of Australian kids aged 4-17 years old. However, it doesn’t just affect children – it impacts adolescents and adults too. More information on the causes and symptoms are available by clicking here ...

Take a quiz to find out a bit more about your symptoms of anxiety and depression. MindSpot then has 8 week courses you can take based on your results and the areas you need to focus on.  Click here to go to Mind Spot ...

A fitness workout for your mental health. Just like your body it needs regular exercise to be strong and fit. It gives you skills and exercises to do to prevent and manage depression and anxiety. All online and free to use. Click here to go to Mood...