Solution | Where can I go for help?

If you reckon you are deficient in self-health care or common psych knowledge, I strongly encourage you to check out following websites. Don’t forget to bookmark it if it really works for you!

1. Psych Centeral


The Internet’s largest and oldest independent mental health social network. Provides mental health information as well as annotated guides to the most useful online resources every day in mental health, psychology, social work, and psychiatry. You can get an overview of different conditions through drop-down list. Therapy Q&A and blog are in Experts column. There are a bunch of psychological quizzes free for test or self-diagnose as well.

2. WebMD


Web health community, aim for providing credible information, in-depth reference materials on health care, enable members to share opinions, experience and ask for experts’ help. You can get access to a wide range of news articles and information under different categories. If you want more specific and expert, go to exports blog and do a refine search.

3. Help from UNSW


You can make a counseling appointment if you think you do need a help from uni support. Depression and low mood are in mental wellbeing; of course you can click into other tabs and links and see how this service works for students.

Jie. X.


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