and working from home

For some people working from home can be a socially isolating experience that impacts on their mental health. Workplaces provide the opportunity to interact with colleagues, have social conversations and engage with people. We can take several steps to help look after our mental health while working from home. Stick to a routine

Lifeline 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au Kids Helpline 1800 551 800 MensLine Australia 1300 789 978 Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467 Beyond Blue 1300 224 636 www.beyondblue.org.au Headspace 1800 650 890 www.headspace.org.au ReachOut au.reachout.com Care Leavers Australasia Network 1800 008 774 www.clan.org.au 10% Happier (meditation) Beyond now (suicide safety) Buddify (meditations) CALM (meditation) Daisy App (domestic & sexual violence) Headspace (mindfulness & meditation) MY3 (suicide support) nOCD (mindfulness & motivation) Pacifica (meditation) Pocket Rehab (recovery assistance) PTSD Coach Australia (PTSD assistance) Recovery Record (eating disorders) Self-help for Anxiety Management (anxiety) Smiling Mind (mindfulness) Snapshot (wellbeing) What’s up (coping mechanisms) UCSF Prime (schizophrenia) Youper (mindfulness & meditation)


and working from home

The information contained here is for general information only. None of the material is, or should be regarded as clinical advice. St John Ambulance Australia Ltd accepts no liability or responsibility to any person as a consequence of any reliance upon the information contained here or in the listed applications. The user assumes all responsibility and risk for their general or personal use of any of these applications.