Mental and Emotional well being ( (Non urgent 06 946 9808, The Child,…
Mental and Emotional well being
yourself:Treat yourself with kindness and respect avoid self criticism and make time for your favourite hobbies.Or do a crossword puzzle,plant a garden or learn how to play an instrument.
Think, and then write about some things you could do in your own life to improve and grow your own positive mental health.
My definition of Mental well being is:W
Surround yourself with good people:People with strong family or public connections are more healthier than those who need a support network.Make suggestions with supportive family members and friends or seek out activities where you can meet new people such as a club class or group.
What things that can be bad for mental well being
What things that can be good for mental well being
Confused thinking,Extended depression(sadness or irritability,Feelings of extreme highs and lows,Excessive fears worries and anxieties.
Social withdrawal,Dramatic changes in eating or sleeping habits,Strong feelings of anger,Suicidal thoughts.
Break up the routine:Although our routines make us more well organised and intensify our feelings of security and safety a little change of pace can perk up a boring schedule.Change your jogging route,plan a road trip,talk a walk in a different park hang some new pictures or try a new restaurant.
Childhood abuse,trauma or neglect social isolation and loneliness experiencing discrimination and stigma social disadvantage need or dept
Homelessness or poor housing,domestic violence,bullying or other abuse as a adult,Serious being involved in a serious incident in which you feared for your life,or being a victim of a violent crime.
loss (losing someone close to you,severe or long term stress,having a long term physical health condition,unemployment or losing a job.
What agencies in the wairarapa/new zealand that help people with their mental and emotional health and what do they do?
Eating disorders association of New zealand
EDANZ is a charitable organisation of parents who have experience in supporting a loved one with an eating disorder. We provide support, practical advice and understanding for parents and carers so they can help their loved one recover. We also provide education and advocacy for early detection, improvements in recovery outcomes and a clear and accessible pathway to evidence based treatment. . We are the only organisation of its kind operating nationally. The information we provide is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, we are not medical professionals and urge anyone concerned about health issues to seek professional advice.
Address: Based in Auckland with dedicated volunteers in Whangarei, Wellington and Christchurch
Phone: 09 522 2679 or 0800 2 edanz
CAMHS(Child Adolesent Mental Health Service),DHB
Non urgent 06 946 9808
The Child, Adolescent Mental Health Service is a specialist assessment and treatment service for young people between the ages of 0 - 19 years old who are considered to have moderate to severe emotional, behavioural, and mental health issues.
Address: Level 2, 40/51 Lincoln Road, Masterton.
Phone: 0508 432 432 - 24 hr