Looking for an anxiety test or a way to figure out if you have anxiety problems? Find out when you need to get help or information. There are a few different screening services, as well as support services to help you get through it. Want to nerd up on anxiety and how to manage it? There are places to get more info as well.
Looking for an anxiety test or some guidance? If fear, worry, anxiety or obsession is causing a major problem for what could otherwise be an awesome life, you might need to look up some of these services. First up, read up what to do about feelings of anxiety to see if you can manage it yourself, and if not, skill up on anxiety disorders to see if you’ve got something to worry about.
Online screening and assessment program, as well as e-therapy available (has a cost)
Mental health advice, support and information for young people. Youth workers and psychologists available to speak to. Available in all states and territories.
A great online therapy tool, that can be completed at home and at your own pace. BRAVE Self-Help is available to all young people living in Australia aged 7 to 17 years, as well as versions of the program for parents.
An online cognitive behaviour therapy for working through anxiety. Most helpful if used alongside professional help.
Anxiety Recovery Centre
This organisation provides information on a wide range of disorders, including: obsessive compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder/agoraphobia, generalised anxiety disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, trichotillomania, hoarding, depression, specific phobias. They also:
If you want to hear from others, watch this 3-minute video about feeling stressed, anxious and worried.
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