EPISODE 1 - Renee and Russell

Renee and Russell discuss their work as rural outreach mental health clinicians, focusing on the challenges facing North-East communities following the 2020 bushfires and social disconnect imposed by COVID-19.


EPISODE 2 - Kerry and Jenny

Jenny and Kerry talk about the experience of new and expectant parents, and families, during COVID-19. They reference the work of Albury Wodonga Health in offering support through the Perinatal & Emotional Health Program (PEHP) and Families where a Parent has a Mental Illness (FaPMI) program.


EPISODE 3 - Maddy, Claire and Candice

Maddy, Claire and Candice talk about the experience of living with Borderline Personality Disorder and Bipolar Disorder, focusing on maintaining connection and a sense of normality during COVID-19. 


EPISODE 4 - Connie and Lou

Connie and Lou describe their roles in infant mental health and health promotion through their respective psychologist and occupational therapist lenses. Parent and child connection, and the importance of building capability through education and support, is the focus of this podcast.


EPISODE 5 - Connie

Infant Mental Health Coordinator and Psychologist, Connie, answers questions on family recovery following the 2020 bushfires. 


EPISODE 6 - Jess

Jess, speaks on the Acute Community Intervention Service -  a newly launched, 24/7 single point of access to the entire mental health service. Most notably, she explains that the Mental Health triage number is 1300 104 211. This number is available 24/7 for anyone needing assistance or support for yourself, a loved one, a family member, or a friend.

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