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Topic "Mental Health" in Vietnamese - total 104 documents

Title: 4 steps to an R U OK? conversation (poster)
Summary: '4 Steps Poster' outlining the 4 steps to an R U OK? conversation.

Title: A conversation guide fact sheet about mental health
Summary: Tips to help you talk to them about how they’re really going.

Title: Anorexia nervosa in children
Summary: Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder. The first thing many people notice is that the young person, usually a girl, eats less.

Title: Anxiety in children
Summary: Anxiety is a word that health professionals use when a child is fearful or distressed and the distress keeps going on for a long time.

Title: Are you on a treatment order?
Summary: A treatment order is a legal document that allows a hospital or mental health clinic to give you treatment for a mental illness. While you are on an order, you lose some of your rights and freedoms. You may have to stay in hospital. You can be given treatment even if you do not agree to it.

Title: Challenging behaviours
Summary: Information about challenging or disruptive behaviours of children including tantrums and ADHD, that persist or become so severe that they cause major problems for families or communities. You find information on how to cope with it and where to get help.

Title: Changed behaviour - anger and aggression - information for residents, families and carers.
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes for such behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone who seems angry.

Title: Changed behaviour - loss of inhibition - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of such behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone with disinhibited behaviour.

Title: Changed behaviour - noisy - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of noisy behaviour and some tips on how to care for someone with noisy behaviour.

Title: Changed behaviour - wandering - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: This translated resource provides information about dementia and changed behaviour for residents, families and carers. It outlines some causes of people wandering and some tips on how to care for someone who wanders.

Title: Check your gambling quiz
Summary: In the last 12 months, have you experienced any of the following as a result of your gambling? Check all that apply.

Title: Consumer medication - benzodiazepines
Summary: Benzodiazepines are a type of medicine that has a sedative or calming effect. Benzodiazepines are prescribed to people who are anxious or distressed and can be used in the short-term treatment of some sleep problems. They can be prescribed by doctors to treat people who are experiencing mania. These medicines can be very effective when used for short periods of time under the supervision of your doctor. They do not replace other medications that your doctor has prescribed such as antipsychotics, antidepressants and mood stabilisers.

Title: Consumer medication - clozapine
Summary: Clozapine is a medicine used to treat some kinds of mental illness. Clozapine can be called Clozaril, Clopine or Closyn. Clozapine is prescribed by doctors to people who have a psychotic illness, and is therefore known as an antipsychotic medicine. There are different types of antipsychotic medicines. Clozapine is a newer antipsychotic medicine.

Title: Consumer Medication - bipolar disorder - how medicine can help
Summary: Bipolar disorder is a mental illness. People with bipolar disorder have episodes of sustained and noticeable changes in their mood. They can go through periods of depression and episodes of mania. Mania is a strong mood that lasts for one week or longer. A person experiencing mania may have unusually high levels of energy, might be very irritable and may have rapid thoughts and speech. They may have thoughts that are not true (delusions), or they may see, hear, feel or taste things that are not really there (hallucinations). Bipolar disorder affects approximately 1-2% of the population.

Title: Conversation framework posters
Summary: A collection of posters about having mental health conversations.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Collection of mental health and COVID-19 resources from the Australian Department of Health
Summary: Australian Government, Department of Health provides a collection of Mental Health and coronavirus (COVID-19) resources. The resources include fact sheets, campaign material, guidelines and other publications with information on how to look after your mental health during the pandemic and what services are available.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Help and support for your mental wellbeing
Summary: The impacts of the coronavirus have made many of us feel worried, stressed or alone. This language set contains translated factsheets that provide information on mental health support services.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) How's your head today? (video)
Summary: These videos are part of the national coronavirus mental health campaign, They aim to help people experiencing mental health impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to: - make their mental wellbeing a priority - recognise the signs of poor mental health - know where they can get help if they aren't feeling like themselves - seek support when the need it.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) How's your head today? Being active (video)
Summary: These videos are part of the national coronavirus mental health campaign, They aim to help people experiencing mental health impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to: - make their mental wellbeing a priority - recognise the signs of poor mental health - know where they can get help if they aren't feeling like themselves - seek support when the need it.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) How's your head today? Keeping busy (video)
Summary: These videos are part of the national coronavirus mental health campaign, They aim to help people experiencing mental health impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to: - make their mental wellbeing a priority - recognise the signs of poor mental health - know where they can get help if they aren't feeling like themselves - seek support when the need it.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) How's your head today? Staying connected (video)
Summary: These videos are part of the national coronavirus mental health campaign, They aim to help people experiencing mental health impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to: - make their mental wellbeing a priority - recognise the signs of poor mental health - know where they can get help if they aren't feeling like themselves - seek support when the need it.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) How are you feeling today?
Summary: It is important we all take care of our mental wellbeing and physical health. This fact sheet provides useful information on signs you might need to seek help.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Looking after your mental health (video)
Summary: The impacts of coronavirus are tough and it can impact our mental health. So we need to look after ourselves and be COVIDSafe.

Title: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Looking after your mental health during coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Summary: Feelings of anxiety and concern are normal responses to an unprecedented event such as the coronavirus pandemic. This fact sheet provides tips on how to look after yourself and stay positive. It also lists organisations that offer mental health services and advice.

Title: Coronavirus mental wellbeing support services
Summary: Information, advice and strategies to help you manage your wellbeing and mental health during the COVID-19 time.

Title: Definitions of bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence are all interpersonal behaviours that can create or contribute to negative social environments. All school communities should have clear definitions outlined in their school policies and procedures for bullying, harassment, discrimination and violence.

Title: Delirium - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: A translated resource with information about the prevention and management of delirium for residents, families and carers. It includes some signs that a person may have delirium, what may cause it and ways to manage delirium.

Title: Depression - how medicine can help
Summary: Depression is a medical illness that can have serious effects on physical and mental health. The symptoms of depression include:
- Feeling sad most of the day, nearly every day
- Loss of interest in activities that you used to enjoy
- Lack of energy
- Changes in sleep habits
- Changes in appetite
- Changes in sex drive
If you experience any of these symptoms for most of the day for at least two weeks, then you may have depression.

Title: Depression - information for residents, families and carers
Summary: A translated resource with information about the signs, causes and management of depression for residents, families and carers.

Title: Depression fact sheet
Summary: Fact sheet covering the symptoms and causes of depression and how to get help.

Title: Eating disorders and body image issues can affect anyone at any time and from any culture or background
Summary: Being treated unfairly because of your culture, religion, adjusting to a new culture, or wanting to live your life in ways that are not acceptable to your culture of birth can impact your mental health. All these pressures can be extremely stressful and increase your risk of developing a body image issue or eating disorder.

Title: Eating disorders in Australia
Summary: This fact sheet on eating disorders has been developed from evidence-based information through collaboration with National Eating Disorders Collaboration staff and eating disorders experts.

Title: Electroconvulsive treatment (ECT)
Summary: If you are invited to a Tribunal hearing about electroconvulsive treatment (ECT), this information is for you.

Title: Family help kit - fears and anxiety
Summary: Anxiety is a normal part of life for children, adolescents and adults. This is usually a temporary response to stress. However, when anxiety persists it may be necessary to obtain assistance. Untreated anxiety that lasts for a longer period of time may make it difficult for a child to participate in normal activities and enjoy life.

Title: Family help kit - grief and loss
Summary: Not all children and adolescents have two parents to give them love and security for a number of reasons. In NSW, an increasing number of families are experiencing the trauma and disruption of separation and divorce. Families may also experience loss through the illness or death of a family member. Even the death of a loved pet or a close friend moving away may cause significant distress to children and adolescents

Title: Family help kit - post traumatic stress
Summary: This translated family help kit provides information about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a condition that some children and adolescents develop after they have experienced a traumatic event. It includes information on what the PTSD is, what the signs and symptoms are, and how to get help for PTSD problems.

Title: Family help kit - psychosis
Summary: Psychosis is a condition which impairs a person’s sense of reality. This may be from a mental illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder (manic depression). Symptoms of psychosis can also at times be caused by brain injury or infection, alcohol or drug misuse. Most young people recover from psychosis to live full and satisfying lives.

Title: Family talk
Summary: Developed in partnership with families and young people, this booklet contains tips and information for parents with mental health problems, their children, other family members and support people. Topics include answering questions, discussing things as a family and planning for times when the parent may be unwell. Also included are 'press out' cards for children and young people to use to record their important phone numbers.

Title: Fathers- being a dad
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about being a dad when there's mental illness in the family.

Title: Fathers - finding support
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about finding the right support when you experience a mental illness. It includes a comprehensive list of support options.

Title: Fathers - looking after your emotional wellbeing
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about the importance of emotional health.

Title: Fathers - looking after your physical wellbeing
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about the importance of being physically well in order to manage the demands of mental illness.

Title: Fathers - partners in parenting
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about the importance of working together with your child's parent when there's conflict.

Title: Fathers - understanding and managing mental illness
Summary: This two-page information sheet is one of a set of six sheets for fathers. It provides information about understanding and managing your own mental illness.

Title: Feeling uncertain?- HeadtoHelp (poster)
Summary: HeadtoHelp is a free service open to anyone in the Murray PHN region, of any age who may be experiencing distress or mental ill health.

Title: For parents and carers - Wellbeing support for students over school holidays
Summary: This fact sheet provides tips and resources for parents, carers and families of children and young people in their care over the school holidays. This includes services to reach out to if more support for them is needed.

Title: Free counselling support for expecting and new parents (video)
Summary: PANDA offers free counselling support for expecting and new parents. Pregnancy and welcoming a new baby come with joy as well as challenges. If you are having a difficult time, don’t be afraid to seek help. You are not alone; PANDA is here to support your mental wellbeing.

Title: Getting professional mental health help - what are the steps?
Summary: Information on how to get professional mental health help.

Title: Glossary of terms - mental health services
Summary: This glossary is designed to help you understand the technical terms related to mental health services in Victoria. In particular, it explains the terms used in the ‘Mental health services’ video. It may also help the work of interpreters in this area.

Title: Head to Health: COVID-19 Support
Summary: The ongoing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have caused significant disruption for many Australians. It may have affected your work, family life or other plans. For some, life has returned to normal to a certain degree, but for others things are constantly evolving or remains uncertain. Many people also feel overwhelmed by the constant news and amount of information about the pandemic. Managing your mental health during this time of change and uncertainty can be an ongoing challenge.

Title: HeadtoHelp (brochure)
Summary: This brouchure introduces HeadtoHelp services, which were set up as a state-wide service by Victoria’s six Primary Health Networks, to offer clinical advice, referral and wraparound care for Victorians struggling to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. HeadtoHelp is a free service open to anyone in the Murray PHN region, of any age who may be experiencing distress or mental ill health.

Title: Helping a friend or family member after a disaster
Summary: Mental health advice on how to support family or friends after a disaster.

Title: Helping children after a disaster
Summary: Mental health advice on helping children after a disaster.

Title: Helping children cope with stress during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Summary: This fact sheet, adapted from the World Health Organisation’s information, provides tips for parents and carers to help support their children who may be feeling stressed due to the recent news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Title: Helping older adults after a disaster
Summary: Information about recovery strategies after a disaster for older adults.

Title: Helping yourself after a disaster
Summary: Information about recovery strategies after a disaster.

Title: How Headspace can help - what to expect
Summary: Headspace centres across Australia provide face-to-face information, support and services to young people, aged 12 to 25 years, and their families and friends.

Title: How to ask R U OK? - tip sheet
Summary: 'How to Ask Tip Sheet' outlining what you might say during an R U OK? conversation.

Title: How to prepare for your Tribunal hearing
Summary: At your hearing the Tribunal will decide whether you must have mental health treatment. It’s an important opportunity to have your say about whether you need compulsory treatment.

Title: I don't agree with my Treatment Order
Summary: If you don't agree with your Treatment Order of compulsory treatment there are some things you can do.

Title: IMHA postcard
Summary: The IMHA postcards provide basic information on our service, your rights if you are under compulsory treatment, and how to get in contact.

Title: Kessler 10 (K10) assessment form
Summary: The Kessler (K10) measure is a 10-item self-report questionnaire intended to yield a global measure of "psychological distress" based on questions about the level of anxiety and depressive symptoms in the most recent 4-week period.

Title: Kessler 10 (K10) brochure - whose recovery and outcome are they anyway?
Summary: This brochure provides information about consumer self-assessment in mental health. It includes information about the Kessler 10 and how it will be used, as well as the Consumer Wellness Plan.

Title: Key facts about bullying and violence
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers with information about bullying and violence.

Title: Linking physical and mental health care...it makes sense for families, carers and friends
Summary: Famillies and carers of mental health care consumers are essential members of the care team and can provide vital support to consumers to help them improve their physical health.

Title: Linking physical and mental health care...it makes sense for people who use mental health services
Summary: Physical health and mental health are linked, so it makes sense to link physical and mental health care.

Title: Making a complaint (mental health services)
Summary: These translated resources provide information on the Mental Health Complaints Commissioner, an independant, specialist complaints organisation created by the Mental Health Act 2014. The information sheet outlines who the organisation is, how to make complaints, what happens when a complaint is made and the lawful right to speak up or complain about a public mental health service.

Title: Many ways to get help for gambling
Summary: If you are experiencing problems with gambling, or someone close to you has a problem, help is available. Gambling affects people from all walks of life. This resource will help people with gambling problems to get support as well as those close to them who are affected by their gambling.

Title: Mental health and wellbeing
Summary: Information on how to improve the mental health and wellbeing of yourself, your family and your community and what support is available.

Title: Mental health services in Victoria
Summary: This subtitled video provides information on the range of mental health support services available in Victoria 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It outlines how these services can provide treatment, information, tools and advice on how to deal with a range of mental health issues.

Title: Mental health, my recovery and the NDIS
Summary: This hub was 'co-designed' (created and built) with people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds with lived experience of mental health concerns, as well as their carers and other supporters. Two groups, one in Sydney and one in Melbourne worked on these resources over 18 months in 2019-2020. The groups wanted to share stories of people's experiences of the NDIS, make resources in plain English and other languages, and look at some of the barriers to getting support. These resources were made to help you along your NDIS journey. It also includes a workbook on how to navigate the NDIS and many videos of lived experiences.

Title: Mental Health Act: Statement of rights for persons detained mental health facility
Summary: This Mental Health Act form outlines your rights and what may happen to you after you are brought to a mental health facility against your will.

Title: Mental Health Act: Statement of rights for voluntary patients
Summary: This statement outlines your rights and what may happen to you after you become a patient in a mental health facility.

Title: Our voices - stories of carers from refugee and migrant backgrounds
Summary: 'Our Voices- stories of carers from migrant and refugee backgrounds', is a beautifully crafted series of five short films offering rare and profound insight into the lives of carers from migrant and refugee backgrounds, caring for family with mental illness. The films explore the lives of five carers from Afghani, Egyptian, Somali, Turkish and Vietnamese communities. The carers speak independently, yet collectively, of common difficulties encountered in advocating for culturally sensitive and culturally-responsive mental health care and the benefits of seeking support.

Title: PANDA can help (brochure)
Summary: PANDA operates Australia’s only specialist National Helpline for people affected by perinatal anxiety, depression and postnatal psychosis and for those experiencing challenges in becoming a parent. We also raise awareness about this serious and common illness so those affected can understand what’s happening to them and can seek help.

Title: Physical health care: what to expect from your mental health service
Summary: All NSW mental health services have a responsibility to ensure that the people who use their service receive adequate physical health care. This brochure provides a broad outline of these responsibilities and how they will be met.

Title: Piecing the puzzle together: raising young people when mental illness is part of your life
Summary: This booklet is for people living with a mental health problem or mental illness, whose children are aged between 2 and 7 years. It’s also for partners, family and friends. It contains helpful ideas about being the best parent you can when you’re not as well as you’d like to be and ways to support your child’s development during their special early years. Produced in consultation with consumers, carers, workers, academics and policy makers. A detachable Care Plan Folder is also available.

Title: Problem solving and setting goals
Summary: The aim of this booklet - 'A Practical Guide About Problem Solving and Setting Goals' is to assist individuals to focus on their goals and increase the likelihood of achieving them.

Title: Psychology brochure - NDIS
Summary: Brochure about using a psychologist through the NDIS. Psychologists help you to learn about yourself. They can help you learn skills to manage your thoughts and emotions. Brochure includes information about menta health, what Psychologist can (and can’t) do for you, your rights and entitlements and steps for using a pshychologist.

Title: Psychosocial disability, recovery and the NDIS
Summary: This fact sheet explains what psychosocial disability is, how the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) can support you and how the NDIS works with other systems.

Title: Self-esteem in young children under five
Summary: A parents' guide to developing self-esteem in young children.

Title: Signs of bullying
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Each individual student who has been bullied or is bullying others will respond and act differently. A student's behaviours and moods can also change for a variety of reasons. The fact sheet contains information on signs that may indicate a student is experiencing bullying:

Title: Stay healthy, get help for your mental health (video)
Summary: COVID-19 has affected everyone and it’s normal to be feeling overwhelmed or stressed during this outbreak. The video, produced by the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, encourages people who have experienced mental health issues in the past or are experiencing them now for the first time to activate your support network, acknowledge feelings of distress and seek professional support early.

Title: Supporting a person in your community who is suicidal
Summary: This booklet is to help you to recognise the signs of suicide and to talk with someone you are worried about who may be thinking about suicide or showing signs of wanting to end their life.

Title: Supporting parents and families: the mental health and well-being of children and young people
Summary: This brochure will help you to become aware of the warning signs of mental health problems, the importance of seeking early help and the ways you can help support your child or young person.

Title: The best for me and my baby
Summary: This booklet was developed with and for women with a mental health problem or mental illness - and their partners - who are thinking about having a baby, are new parents or are about to have a baby. It encourages health professionals and parents to work together to manage mental health during pregnancy and early parenthood and provides tips for parents and for supporting family and friends.

Title: Trauma
Summary: Information about Trauma, effects of Trauma, common experiences, how to look after yourself and when to get help.

Title: Trauma - reaction and recovery
Summary: This translated resource provides information on the reaction and recovery from traumatic experiences. The resource emphasises that it is normal to have strong reactions following a distressing or frightening event, and that people can experience a range of physical, mental, emotional and behavioural reactions. It gives some examples on how to resolve traumatic reactions to trauma and encourages the seeking of help from a health professional.

Title: Types of bullying
Summary: Fact sheets for parents and carers. Bullying is usually described by the types of behaviours involved, so we talk about verbal, social and physical bullying. Bullying is sometimes also labelled by where it occurs or by what type of harm is done. These words can be used alone or in combination. It can be confusing!

Title: Using play to support children during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Summary: While social distancing rules are in place, children are unable to play with their friends in the way that they are used to. This makes play time at home especially important. The following five tips can help you use play to support your child’s mental health during COVID-19.

Title: Victorian statement of rights - 1. Assessment order
Summary: An Assessment Order allows a psychiatrist to examine you to decide if you have a mental illness. This statement is about the legal rights and entitlements of persons on Assessment Orders. Please note the English and translated versions of the statement differ in their format and content. The statements of rights will be reviewed following the final recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health services.

Title: Victorian statement of rights - 2. Temporary treatment order
Summary: You must be given treatment for mental illness if a temporary treatment order has been made for you. A psychiatrist must talk to you about what mental health treatment you would like. You can make decisions about your mental health treatment. You may have to stay in hospital for the mental health treatment even if you don’t want to. Please note the English and translated versions of the statement differ in their format and content. The statements of rights will be reviewed following the final recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health services.

Title: Victorian statement of rights - 3. Treatment order
Summary: A Treatment Order is made by the Mental Health Tribunal. A Treatment Order allows a psychiatrist to give you compulsory treatment for mental illness. ‘Compulsory treatment’ means that a psychiatrist can give you treatment for mental illness even if you do not want it. A psychiatrist is a doctor who knows a lot about helping people with mental illness. Please note the English and translated versions of the statement differ in their format and content. The statements of rights will be reviewed following the final recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health services.

Title: Victorian statement of rights - 4. Secure treatment order
Summary: A secure treatment order has been made for you because you were in prison or other place of confinement and you need immediate treatment for serious mental illness to stop your illness getting worse or to stop you from being seriously hurt or seriously hurting someone else. A secure treatment order allows you to be taken from prison or other place of confinement to a hospital so you can be given compulsory treatment for mental illness. ‘Compulsory treatment’ means that a psychiatrist can give you treatment for mental illness even if you don’t want it. While you are in hospital you are a security patient. This booklet provides information about Secure Treatment Orders and your legal rights and entitlements under the Mental Health Act 2014. Please note the English and translated versions of the statement differ in their format and content. The statements of rights will be reviewed following the final recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health services.

Title: Victorian statement of rights - 5. Forensic patients
Summary: A forensic patient is someone who is detained in hospital and has had some involvement with the courts or prison system. You must be given treatment for mental illness if you are a forensic patient. You can make decisions about your mental health treatment. A psychiatrist must talk to you about what mental health treatment you would like. Please note the English and translated versions of the statement differ in their format and content. The statements of rights will be reviewed following the final recommendations of the Royal Commission into Victoria’s mental health services.

Title: What is a bipolar mood disorder
Summary: This brochure talks about bipolar mood disorder, its symptoms and possible causes, treatment options and where to go for help.

Title: What is a depressive disorder
Summary: This brochure talks about depressive disorders, outlining the main types, possible causes, treatment options and where to go for help.

Title: What is an anxiety disorder
Summary: This brochure talks about anxiety disorders, outlining the main types, possible causes, treatment options and suggestions on where to go for help.

Title: What is an eating disorder
Summary: This brochure talks about eating disorders, outlining the main types, possible causes, treatment options and where to go for help.

Title: What is mental illness?
Summary: This brochure talks about mental illness, outlining the main types, myths and misunderstandings, what can be done about stigma, and where to go for help.

Title: What is personality disorder?
Summary: This brochure talks about personality disorders, outlining the main types, possible causes, treatment options, and where to go for help.

Title: What is schizophrenia?
Summary: This brochure talks about schizophrenia, its symptoms and causes, treatment options and where to go for help.

Title: What to do if you are being bullied
Summary: Tip sheets for students with strategies on what you can do if you are being bullied.

Title: When and how a psychologist can support me: a quick guide
Summary: This resource answers common questions about psychologist support including: how do I know if a psychologist is for me? and How do I find a psychologist?

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