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Bayside CCU Tai Chi

Social distancing highlights the mental health benefits of Tai Chi

Tai Chi is being used as a new way to combat social isolation and keep people active at Bayside Community Care Unit (CCU) in Redland City.

Mental Health goes country

Mental Health goes country for farmers in need

Logan Hospital Addiction and Mental Health staff donned their very best country gear recently to give back to the rural community and tell them they care.

Nurse Navigator Mental Health

Mental Health Nurse Navigator Andrew Jackson a beacon of hope

Meet the man who is finding practical solutions for challenging behaviours and suicide for people who present to hospital with highly complex mental health conditions.

Are your kids stressed?

Experts say Australians are increasingly affected by stress. So how can you tell if your child’s behaviour is a normal response to everyday situations or if they would benefit from professional help?

Mental health in the aftermath of ex-tropical Cyclone Debbie

Executive Director Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services Professor David Crompton today encouraged the community to look after their mental health in the wake of ex-tropical cyclone Debbie and following recent weather events.

New Director appointed at the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention

Executive Director Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services Professor David Crompton OAM was recently appointed Director of the Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention (AISRAP). Based in Brisbane, the organisation supports programs of research for the prevention of suicidal behaviour.

Less noise and more music this Christmas at Wisteria

Metro South Health’s Wisteria Unit in Casuarina Lodge at Wynnum West has created a new music therapy treatment space for its clients just in time for Christmas.

Positive Mindset Creative Arts Dance Winners

Students showcase creative talent to boost mental health awareness

Students from 16 schools in Brisbane’s south east descended on Logan Entertainment Centre for the second annual Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival Grand Final.

Your vote counts!

The public will have a chance to see their favourite piece of artwork when entries into the Positive Mindset Creative Arts Festival go on display next week at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, marking the start of Mental Health Week in Queensland.

Peer work rewarding for mental health staff

Metro South Addiction and Mental Health Services have a team of peer support workers helping people on their journey to recovery from mental health illness. Learn more now.

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