Mental health resources and links
Balancing school, work and a social life can be stressful. Students are at an increased risk of developing a mental health issue while at uni so it is important to not just survive uni but thrive at uni. Curtin has a lot to offer to help you achieve your goals so look at how to get involved, volunteer, and commit to looking after yourself.
Keep active in as many ways as you can physically, socially, mentally and spiritually.
Keep connected to friends and family; get involved in groups you are a member of; join in local community activities.
Commit to an interest or a cause; set goals to aim for; become a volunteer; learn a new skill; challenge yourself.
Assistance to help you thrive at Curtin
If you are a student studying remotely or on campus life at uni can be stressful. If you need financial advice, study support, career advice, or someone to talk to there is someone at Curtin that can help. Check out the links below.
I need help right now!
It’s okay – help is here anytime day or night, on or off campus.
Counselling and guidance
At Curtin we have wellbeing services to support you at a range of levels, from answering your questions about navigating the campus and settling into university life, to providing you with counselling, resources and advice during crises and other stressful situations. Our services are confidential and free for all Curtin students.
You can access a range of personal support including disability and accessibility assistance, LGBTIQ+ support, faith and religion services, indigenous student support, international student support, career advice, financial advice and more.
Useful mental health links
- SANE Australia
- Reach Out
- Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA)
- Headspace – Australia’s national youth mental health foundation
- Clinical Research Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD)
- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) USA
- The Desk – a website aimed at assisting students to deal with study related stress
- First in Family – a website for students who are the first in their immediate family to attend university, as well as for families of those students.