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Nick and Jane share their experience of living through the 2018 Tathra bushfires.
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When a combination of events and circumstances left 66-year-old Sue feeling down and like she wasn’t coping, she discovered NewAccess.
Rick discusses how volunteering on Kangaroo Island after bushfires helped him remain mentally strong.
Clinical Psychologist David Younger discusses how people can find it difficult to cope in the 12 months following a bushfire.
At the heart of NewAccess – a free program developed by Beyond Blue to support anyone feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed – are its coaches. Here, three of them share why they love what they do.
Learn about the new tool that gathers practical resources to support Indigenous Peoples social and emotional wellbeing.