Hi Wet Bread,
Welcome to the forums and thank you for being here.
Also wet bread- icky? (Sorry, couldn't help myself :( )
I'm sorry that you're struggling and glad that you reached out. That is not an easy thing to do!
So, options -
- Absolutely Kids Helpline is a great resource. They have a webchat as well so no need to talk to a person. There is a bit of a wait sometimes but they are really nice.
- Your school counsellor. It might be worth double checking the confidentiality with them but for the most part- nothing goes outside that session unless you were planning on hurting yourself, someone else or you are under 18 and being abused (child abuse).
- If you have your own Medicare card, you can get a MHCP (mental health care plan) from your GP and organise to see a psychologist. It's definitely a tricker one, but I have my own Medicare card so if that's something you're interested in I can help you get one too. Unfortunately unless you find a bulk-billing psychologist you'll be out of pocket (the others are free).
I hope this helps. Kids Helpline are the same too with confidentiality, otherwise everything is just between you and them. Please feel free to ask any questions.
Thanks for reaching out, and take care.