Online Functional Recovery Space
Welcome to headspace Adelaide’s Online Functional Recovery Space!
It’s important to stay socially connected and working on your personal goals while you are physical distancing.
Our centre's Functional Recovery and Community Engagement Teams will be using this platform to keep you connected with the latest resources and up-to-date with our online group program.
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- headspace Adelaide Blog Series
- headspace Sessions Podcast Adelaide
- Tips Videos
- Work and Study Advice
- Physical Health and Nutrition
- Internet Safety Tips
- Got Ideas?
Head over to Our Group Program page to find out what’s on at headspace Adelaide.
Our group programs are available for young people who receive support from headspace Primary and Early Psychosis programs.
Any questions about these programs? Call us on 1800 063 267 or speak to you key worker.
headspace Adelaide Blog Series
- Finding Your Light - By Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) - read here
- Supporting a Friend Through a Tough Time - By Chelsea (Youth Ambassador) - read here
- Keep Calm and Be Cyber Safe - By Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) - read here
- Pandemic - a Portal for Change - By Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) - read here
- Just keep moving, moving, moving! - By Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) - read here
headspace Sessions Podcast Adelaide
Produced out of the our very own centre studio on Wakefield Street home studios during COVID-19, headspace Sessions Podcast Adelaide is a regular podcast about all things youth mental health.
Each episode features topical content that is handpicked by the young creative team as well as special guests, experts and practical advice delivered in an educational, engaging and inspirational format.
Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in our podcasts are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.
Here are some tips from our Youth Peer Support Workers and volunteers for looking after yourself while physically distancing.
More tips videos below...
"Spaces has a wide variety of topics for you to choose from, including LGBTIQA+, managing anxiety, dealing with depression, study and learning and many more. Spaces is a great way to connect with others who have similar experiences to you and a safe place to explore your mental health journey.
– Tu, Youth Peer Support Worker, headspace Adelaide
Work and Study Advice
"Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. Online applications are the most preferred way of receiving applications by employers, and online study is a great way to build skills during this time.
- Shauna, headspace Adelaide Employment and Education Specialist
Physical Health and Nutrition
Exercise and eating for maintaining a healthy headspace is important. headspace Adelaide has created some factsheets to help you get started.
Internet Safety Tips
With all of us being on the internet more, discovering new apps and online places to hang out, our team has put together a new factsheet around internet safety. You can download it here.
You can also have a read of Gabby's "Keep Calm and Be Cyber Safe" blog here.
We want to hear your ideas! If you are connected with headspace Adelaide, your clinician might ask for what information you would like to see on this web page.
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