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Sexual Abuse Therapeutic Services

Parkerville Children and Youth Care Parents and Children’s Therapeutic Service Mirrabooka (08) 9349 9180 Parkerville Children and Youth Care Wheatbelt Therapeutic Family Services Northam (08) 9622 8371 Patricia Giles Centre Joondalup (08) 9300 0340 Children’s Counselling (08) 9328 1888 Anglicare WA Child Sexual Abuse Therapy Service Gosnells, Joondalup, Midland, Rockingham (08) 9394 9200 Marooloo Child Sexual […]

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Youth Mental Health

Parkerville Children and Youth Care Therapeutic Family Services Midland (08) 9250 5533 Mirrabooka (08) 9349 9180 Armadale (08) 9391 1900 Headspace Headspace  helps young people who are going through a tough time. Looking for someone to talk to? If you’re 12-25, you can get  health advice, support and information from headspace including  general health, mental […]

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Reporting Child Abuse

Child Protection and Family Support www.childprotection.wa.gov.au Crisis Care (08) 9223 111 Free Call: 1800 199 008 A telephone information and counselling service for people in crisis needing urgent help.  It operates 24 hours, 7 days a week. Mandatory Reporting of Child Sexual Abuse (08) 9222 2555 Free Call: 1800 708 704 Available 24 hours a […]

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General Low Cost Counselling Services

Edith Cowan University Psychological Services Centre Psychological Services Centre Level 2, ECU Health Centre, 30 Dundebar Road, Wanneroo 6065 Ph: (08) 9303 7801 Fax: (08) 9303 7811 Email: psychologicalservices@ecu.edu.au Website: www.ecu.edu.au/spss and click on Facilities Curtin University Child Psychology Clinic Bentley (08) 9266 1717 Murdoch University Psychology Clinic Murdoch (08) 9360 2570 Robin Winkler Clinic – […]

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Helpful books for young people

We are not alone: A teenage boys personal account, By Jade Christine Angelica What to do when you worry too much, By Dawn Huebner How long does it hurt, by Cynthia Mather Finding the sunshine after the storm, by Sharon A McGee & Curtis Holmes Blame my brain, By Nicola Morgan Sarah waterfall, by Ellery […]

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Managing your stress before it EXPLODES

You can feel stress in response to overwhelming feelings such as distress, anger, guilt or sadness. When stress becomes too much, people can sometimes act irrationally, snap at friends and family, and even act aggressively. Listen to your body, this is often the first cue to stress, and feelings of being overwhelmed. When you’re feeling […]

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20 ways to ’Chill Out’

Listen to music Do something fun and distracting Practice some relaxation Talk to friends or family Take a long bath Go for a run, or do some exercise Read a good book Practice some deep breathing Go to the beach Do something artistic, or creative Make something in the kitchen Hang out with friends Go […]

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