Student Resources

Help Me Sleep

Sleep helps our mood, concentration, problem-solving, attention, memory and physical growth and healing. Growing teens need at least 8 hours of sleep each night. About half of Aussie teens don’t regularly get enough sleep. We’re busy and as we get older, our schedules shift to having more things on later in the day and into the evening (think late netball games, study and socialising). This shifts our circadian rhythms.

I’m Fighting A Lot With My Parents

It’s pretty common for conflict between parents and kids to increase in the teen years. Its a part of normal, healthy development that the teen brain starts to challenge ideas and seek independence, while parents are often focused on safety and responsibility.

Help Me With Anxiety

Feeling restless, on edge, and irritable? Getting stuck thinking about things you are worried about over and over again? Maybe you get moments of panic where your heart races, and your palms are sweaty? Sounds like anxiety. And you’re not alone. Anxiety is the most common mental health concern among young people.

Help Me With Low Mood

So, you’re feeling really flat. Maybe feeling irritable or deeply sad. Maybe you have no energy, or you’ve lost interest in things you used to really love.

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