Digital Mental Health Musings

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Digital Mental Health Musings is a podcast about Australian digital mental health resources by e-Mental Health in Practice (QUT). We will discuss what digital mental health resources are out there, how to use them, and advice for health professionals There's a world of digital mental health resources out there, let us help you navigate it. read less
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4 tips to help you be more creative and flexible about tailoring digital mental health to suit your clients: On the Ground with Psychologist Dr Lyn O'Grady
Apr 29 2024
4 tips to help you be more creative and flexible about tailoring digital mental health to suit your clients: On the Ground with Psychologist Dr Lyn O'Grady
“So, I think that was something that added, added some weight to what I was talking about. And also in the session you’re trying to cover so many things, quite often in that 50 minute session, that to give that sort of idea to go away and look at that, to consolidate some of that, or to get a bit more information, or look at it in a different way, because you don’t quite know what people do take away from the conversation that you’re having.”In our first episode of the new season, respected child and adolescent psychologist Dr Lyn O’Grady talks about her experiences using digital mental health with clients and their families. She shares her tips on when to introduce digital tools and services, what apps to start with, how to help clients get the most out of evidence-based products in sessions and on their own between sessions, and how to be authentic about the digital tools you recommend.  Check out some of the resources we discussed in this episode:Smiling Mind: https://www.smilingmind.com.au/Sleep Ninja: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/resources-support/digital-tools-apps/sleep-ninja/BiteBack: https://www.biteback.org.au/The BRAVE Program: https://brave4you.psy.uq.edu.au/ReachOut: https://au.reachout.com/Black Dog Institute Health Professional Resource and Education Hub: https://cop.learning.blackdoginstitute.org.au/#/public-dashboardeMHPrac Directory: https://www.emhprac.org.au/directory/Head to Health: https://www.headtohealth.gov.au/WellMob: https://wellmob.org.au/
Here's how Head to Health is making it easier for Health Professionals to connect with digital mental health
Nov 27 2023
Here's how Head to Health is making it easier for Health Professionals to connect with digital mental health
“I think that the website works really hard to transmit that information in a way, that encourages people with milder symptoms to give some of these digital resources a go. We know they work but not everybody's using them. They're not being used to the fullest capacity that they could be. So, I think the other side of the coin is encouraging people who have got distress but aren't in this severe group to give digital mental healthcare a go and see if it helps - because often it will.”When Australia's national mental health navigation service, Head to Health, set themselves the challenge of making it easier for people to find and connect with the best mental health services for their needs - they listened to more than 350 Australians working and living in the mental health sector. They gathered insights and expertise to help co-design their new website in a bid to connect a fragmented mental health landscape in a way that would empower people to find and reach out for the mental health resources and services that could help them take care of their mental health and wellbeing. In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings Dr Tania McMahon talks to the Head to Health team about their award-winning new website – how the site works for clients and health professionals and the research and evidence behind it. We also share some great practical tips about how health professionals can use the site in their everyday practice to help support their clients. Check out some of the resources we discussed in this episode:Head to Health: https://www.headtohealth.gov.au/Read more about the new website features: https://bit.ly/3Rhz67CRead more about Link-me: https://bit.ly/3uCysZKContact Head to Health and share your thoughts on the site: https://bit.ly/47snXXe
Dr Lou Farrer on the clinician attitudes and behaviours that shape digital mental health use in Australia
Sep 25 2023
Dr Lou Farrer on the clinician attitudes and behaviours that shape digital mental health use in Australia
“What I wanted to understand is what is the on-the-ground evidence, what is the everyday experience of clinicians who are using digital tools in their practice? And on the other side, what’s getting in the way of clinicians being able to effectively use these sorts of tools in their practice?”In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings we talk to Dr Farrer about what she has learned about how clinicians responded to the implementation of telehealth through the qualitative survey responses of more than 500 mental health practitioners. We talk about what those findings can reveal about the adoption and roll out of digital mental health more broadly and the types of clinician attitudes and perceptions that can lead to greater engagement and integration of digital mental health in the clinical setting to optimise its use in the community. Dr Farrer also explains how clinician knowledge and attitudes around digital mental health can play a powerful role in who gets to access mental health. Check out some of the resources we discussed in this episode:Moodgym: https://moodgym.com.au/eCouch: https://ecouch.com.au/Telehealth use by mental health professionals during COVID-19: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35360958/The Factors Associated with Telehealth Use and Avoidance During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Survey: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36649254/Read more of Dr Lou Farrer's publications here: https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/farrer-lm#publicationsContact Dr Farrer and register your interest in participating in her research by emailing  louse.farrer@anu.edu.au.
The new wave of youth digital mental health: how MOST is challenging the mental healthcare model for young people
Aug 28 2023
The new wave of youth digital mental health: how MOST is challenging the mental healthcare model for young people
“It’s a big problem, even in face-to-face care, that people drop out after a few sessions and don’t engage in treatment for long enough to get the benefits of therapy, says head of research at Orygen Digital, Associate Professor Shane Cross.In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings, we talk to Professor Cross and Savanah Whieldon, Orygen Digital’s Queensland Peer Work Coordinator, about the inspiring work that led to MOST (Moderated Online Social Therapy). It’s a platform that has been co-designed with young people and brings together a multi-disciplinary team of youth mental health experts, computer programmers, health informer experts, a web designer, writer, and graphic designer to transform youth mental health through digital technology.In this conversation we chat about how health professionals can use MOST to support young people while they're waiting for care, to expand on their face-to-face sessions once they are in care, and to use after discharge from a service. We also delve into the research behind MOST, who the service is best suited to, what young people have to say about the service and we take a look at the platform’s safety systems that allow potentially risky content to be flagged, reviewed and acted upon with evidence-based clinical interventions.MOST is available through selected headspace and state-based specialist services across Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales and the ACT. Learn more about Orygen Digital at: https://www.orygen.org.au/Our-Research/Research-Areas/Orygen-DigitalLearn more about MOST at: https://most.org.au/
Spotlight on WellMob: Connecting digital mental health to culturally responsive healthcare
Jul 24 2023
Spotlight on WellMob: Connecting digital mental health to culturally responsive healthcare
How can mental healthcare professionals adjust their practices to better serve Indigenous clients in culturally safe, responsive and respectful ways?  In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings, Dr Tania McMahon talks to social worker Bec Pevitt and Project Officer Angela Sheridan from WellMob – an online platform that shares Indigenous knowledge and wisdom to health professionals to strengthen the social, emotional, spiritual and cultural wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by bringing together a rich collection of culturally responsive digital mental healthcare tools and resources.In this conversation we chat about Indigenous approaches to mental health, like the social and emotional wellbeing model of healthcare, the differences from mainstream models of care and how culturally safe resources, developed by and with Aboriginal communities, represent best-practice healthcare for Aboriginal people leading to much better outcomes for Indigenous patients and clients. We discuss the ongoing impacts of colonisation, the legacy of intergenerational trauma from segregation policies, assimilation and the forced removal of children from families, and the resources and tools that WellMob provides access to that can help non-Indigenous health professionals understand historical cultural context when working with today’s First Nations people. Check out some of the resources we discussed in this episode:WellMob: https://wellmob.org.au/Follow WellMob on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/WellMobAUFollow WellMob on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/wellmob/WellMob Training Resources: https://wellmob.org.au/e-health-topics/training-resources/WellMob Resource Sheets for Workers: https://wellmob.org.au/e-health-topics/training-resources/resource-sheets-for-workers/Our Words Matter: guidelines for language use: https://bit.ly/451swX7Journey of health and wellbeing: https://bit.ly/3rJ3opB
A new interdisciplinary online community supporting mental healthcare professionals: Spotlight on Black Dog Institute's Health Professionals Education and Resources Hub
Jun 26 2023
A new interdisciplinary online community supporting mental healthcare professionals: Spotlight on Black Dog Institute's Health Professionals Education and Resources Hub
The challenges associated with managing complex mental health conditions, client and peer relationships, as well as keeping on top of new developments and research in the field can be overwhelming – and, at times, lonely. In this episode, we speak to GP and medical educator at Black Dog Institute, Dr Phoebe Holdenson-Kimura, about a new resource for health professionals that highlights the value of building an interdisciplinary community of peers and colleagues for tackling problems and gaining insights from across different disciplines within the mental health space.We chat about how the Hub works, which Health Professionals can benefit from it and what kind of content you can access. As well as the Community of Practice there’s an extensive range of short online webinars, podcasts and CPD modules covering the latest developments and research in mental health. Dr Holdenson-Kimura takes us through all the ways health professionals can access expert insights and content related to their interest or field of practice. We also talk about digital mental health and what blended care really looks like in practice. Check out some of the resources we discussed this episode:Black Dog Institute: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/Black Dog Institute Health Professionals Education and Resource Hub: https://cop.learning.blackdoginstitute.org.au/#/public-dashboardSleep Ninja: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/resources-support/digital-tools-apps/sleep-ninja/
Australia's new Digital Mental Health Standards will help deliver safer and more effective care - here's what it means for health professionals
May 29 2023
Australia's new Digital Mental Health Standards will help deliver safer and more effective care - here's what it means for health professionals
The rapid rise of digital mental health programs and services has brought with it much promise to the concept of mental health treatment – particularly the promise of leveling mental healthcare disparity with the potential for faster care and more equitable access.As a health professional who recommends and integrates these services into care, how can you be sure that access to high-quality and safe healthcare is prioritised? That digital services and apps keep pace with new evidence and advances in mental health care as well as health practitioners can, and that patient data is handled safely and ethically?In this episode, we take a deeper look at how Australia is leading the way in setting a standard for digital mental health safety and quality and what that means for health professionals and the future of digital mental healthcare. Dr Tania McMahon speaks to Christopher Boyd-Skinner, Manager of Digital Mental Health at the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care about the impact of privacy breaches in digital mental health, how the standards were developed to protect consumers against them, and what assurances health professionals should expect from digital mental health services.We also chat to Rachel Green, CEO at SANE Australia. As the first organisation to go through the Standard’s national accreditation program, Rachel talks about the conversations the organisation had around consent and transparency and the new practices SANE has developed and implemented to meet the Standard of Care.And, we hear from Dr Anita Moss, GP obstetrician in rural Victoria and a Peer Ambassador for SANE who talks about the value of the Standards in practice. Check out some of the resources we discussed in this episode:Digital Mental Health Safety and Quality Standards: https://www.safetyandquality.gov.au/standards/national-safety-and-quality-digital-mental-health-standardsSANE Australia: https://www.sane.org/Mozilla Foundation - Privacy Not Included: https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/privacynotincluded/
Support for Family and Friends: Spotlight on Minds Together
Apr 24 2023
Support for Family and Friends: Spotlight on Minds Together
Caring for loved ones with mental illness puts caregivers at risk themselves – now two new digital mental health programs have been developed to support them. The role of caregiving can come at a high personal cost. Research shows that it can lead to depression, anxiety and a decrease in wellbeing with carers reporting significant negative outcomes including time out of the workforce and poorer physical and mental health. In our first episode of 2023 we take a look at the ‘hidden workforce’ of the Australian mental healthcare system – the family, friends and caregivers of people living with mental illness. We look at the role of digital mental health in supporting the wellbeing of informal caregivers, preventing their own mental ill health to reduce the risk of their vital caring tole from being compromised.  Our guest today is Dr Sally Fitzpatrick. Dr Fitzpatrick is a Program Manager at Everymind, a leading Centre delivering successful mental health and suicide prevention programs for over 30 years. Dr Fitzpatrick and her team have developed two new digital programs called Minds Together: one designed specifically for friends and family supporting someone who has attempted suicide and the other for family and friends supporting the mental health of paramedics.   In this episode, Dr Fitzpatrick talks to Dr Tania McMahon about the high risk of poor mental health and well-being among informal caregivers, how health professionals can identify those in need of support, and how to connect them to services.   Visit the Everymind website at: https://everymind.org.au/  Learn more about the Minds Together programs at: https://mindstogether.org.au/
Mental Health Online: The Journey to Blended Care
Nov 21 2022
Mental Health Online: The Journey to Blended Care
In this episode host, Dr Tania McMahon speaks to Associate Professor Neil Thomas and Dr. Hailey Tremain from Mental Health Online. They discuss the story of Mental Health Online, their pathway to blended care, their therapist-assisted program and how health professionals can use Mental Health Online to enhance their practice. Mental Health Online is an initiative of Swinburne University's National eTherapy Centre, providing online information, assessment, self-guided and therapist assisted programs for a variety of mental health issues. About the GuestsNeil Thomas is Director of the National eTherapy Centre and Deputy Director of the Centre for Mental Health at Swinburne University of Technology. Alongside heading Mental Health Online, Neil leads a research program on developing therapeutic approach to help people living with mental health problems, with a particular focus on the use of digital technologies.  Dr. Hailey Tremain is a Clinical Psychologist, whose role with Mental Health Online mainly focuses upon supporting MHO therapists to build positive and effective therapeutic relationships with clients utilising video, telephone, email and live chat modalities. She completed her PhD and postdoctoral fellowship in digital mental health, and also works as a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology and in telehealth-based private practice. She has ongoing research collaborations with Orygen, the University of Melbourne and Swinburne University.Visit the Mental Health Online website at https://www.mentalhealthonline.org.au/Explore the Mental Health Online Health Professional Resources: https://www.mentalhealthonline.org.au/pages/health-professionalsContact the Mental Health Online team at contactmho@swin.edu.au
eHub: What We've Learned From Two Decades of Digital
Oct 24 2022
eHub: What We've Learned From Two Decades of Digital
In this episode host, Dr Tania McMahon speaks to Dr Kylie Bennett, Managing Director of eHub about MoodGym, eCouch, and what they have learned over the last 20 years working in digital mental health. Dr Kylie Bennett is the Managing Director of e-Hub Health which delivers automated, evidence-based online self-help programs for mental health. The programs include MoodGym, a cognitive behaviour therapy (iCBT) training program for young people and e-couch which provides self-directed training in a range of psychological approaches for managing common mental health problems. She previously worked at the Australian National University for 15 years as part of a team which developed and evaluated e-mental health interventions, and subsequently led a commercialisation process resulting in the successful spin-off of e-hub Health in 2016. Kylie has personal experience of depression and anxiety and is passionate about empowering individuals to manage their mental health through quality and accessible resources.  Tania and Kylie discuss how eHub came to be, what does it look like now, the differences between MoodGym and eCouch and how they fit into the Australian mental health landscape. They also speak about how practitioners can utilise eHub's programs to enhance their practice, as well as some key learnings from their time working in digital mental health. Visit the eHub website at https://ehubhealth.com/Explore the MoodGym program: https://moodgym.com.au/Explore the eCouch program: https://ecouch.com.au/
Spotlight on Lifeline
Aug 29 2022
Spotlight on Lifeline
In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings host, Dr. Tania McMahon speaks to Sherry Cameron and Tess Reddel from Lifeline Australia about Lifeline's services.Sherry Cameron is the National Manager of Digital Services for Lifeline Australia, which provides 24/7 services to people in distress via SMS and online chat. Sherry oversaw the evolution of Digital Services from a six-hour-a-night pilot program to a 24/7 operation using hundreds of trained volunteers, all working remotely. She is an MBA and has been an entrepreneur and business executive in the USA, Singapore, Mexico, and the UAE. She also holds an advanced degree in psychology, is a licensed counsellor, and is passionate about bringing a balance of responsible business practices, conscious leadership, and managerial stability to the mental health and social services sector.Tess Reddel is a Lead Practice Facilitator at Lifeline Australia, providing trauma-informed and evidence-based guidance to enhance and support the delivery of the Lifeline crisis support services across the phone and digital platforms. She is a social worker by educational background and holds previous professional experience in providing psychological support to individuals and groups from asylum seeker and refugee backgrounds. Tess is passionate about supporting people from a diverse range of backgrounds and believes in collaboration with all key stakeholders at all levels of the support process. Consultation and collaboration with those experiencing crisis or distress to those delivering the support services and the strategic and policy levels allow for meaningful and sustainable change to occur. Tania, Sherry, and Tess discuss Lifeline's services, history, and evolution over time. They also speak about where Lifeline fits into the Australian digital mental health landscape and how Health Practitioners can integrate Lifeline into their practice. Visit the Lifeline website at https://www.lifeline.org.au/ or call 13 11 14Lifeline crisis chat: https://www.lifeline.org.au/crisis-chat/Find a Lifeline Centre near you: https://www.lifeline.org.au/about/location-finder/
Burnout in Clinical Practice and How Digital Tools Can Help
Jun 27 2022
Burnout in Clinical Practice and How Digital Tools Can Help
In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings host, Dr. Ruth Crowther speaks to Dr Tania McMahon about burnout in clinical practice and how digital tools can help. Dr Tania McMahon is a returning guest on the Digital Mental Health Podcast. She is a Senior Research Officer within the eMHPrac team and a registered Clinical Psychologist. Tania has been working in ePsychology research for over a decade, helping develop and test a range of innovative therapies and technologies, including telephone-based treatments, online programs, and apps, to help improve mental health and wellbeing. She also works in a private practice setting treating adolescents and adults, and is an enthusiastic advocate of e-Mental Health services and resources to complement the treatment she provides and support her clients between sessions. Ruth and Tania discuss the unique challenges faced by clinicians, how digital mental health resources can help in practice as well as support clinicians' own mental health, and how to start navigating the wide landscape of digital mental health. They also share their own experiences in clinical practice, the effect of the pandemic on workloads, tackling health professionals increased risk of burnout, and how to start tackling it. eMHprac eMH Directory for all the resources mentioned in this episode: https://www.emhprac.org.au/directory/Managing the Mental Health of Health Professionals and First Responders factsheet: https://www.emhprac.org.au/resource/managing-the-mental-health-of-health-professionals-and-first-responders/Subscribe to the Black Dog Institute Newsletter: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/contact-us/subscribe-to-newsletters/Subscribe to the eMHPrac Newsletter: https://emhprac.us20.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=7f833941c61037be9c8303830&id=5c1b892663Find out about more digital mental health newsletters: https://www.emhprac.org.au/news/staying-up-to-date-with-digital-mental-health/Catch up on the last episode of Digital Mental Health Musings: https://www.emhprac.org.au/resource/s2e2-spotlight-on-moodmission/
Spotlight on MoodMission
May 23 2022
Spotlight on MoodMission
In this episode of Digital Mental Health Musings host, Dr. Ruth Crowther speaks to David Bakker about the MoodMission app, integrating mental health apps into treatment, and the ongoing development of digital interventions.Dr David Bakker is the Founding Director of MoodMission. He is a clinical psychologist in private practice and has previously worked in rural mental health outreach, youth mental health, disability support, and a range of psychology services. He also teaches postgraduate psychology at the Institute for Social Neuroscience. He is passionate about technology and the evolution of its use in mental health support. David believes that his fresh approach to mental health apps gives him an advantage over other developers. Many currently available mental health apps are replications of low-tech self-help mental health interventions, like worksheets and diaries. David is deeply interested in the advanced interactive capabilities of smartphones and wants to pursue creative ways to employ them in mental health apps. He looks forward to integrating technology throughout his future clinical and research career.Ruth and David discuss the influences and development of the MoodMission app, its features, and how it can be used by clinicians in treatment and as a self-help resource. They talk about who is currently using apps, their role in mental health treatment, and future development of digital mental health tools. MoodMission Website: https://moodmission.com/Download MoodMission (Apple App Store): https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/moodmission/id1140332763?mt=8Download MoodMission (Google Play): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.mood.missionContact David Bakker and the MoodMission team at https://moodmission.com/#contact-section
A Collaborative Approach to Navigating Complexity
Apr 25 2022
A Collaborative Approach to Navigating Complexity
In the first episode of Season 2 Digital Mental Health Musings host Dr. Ruth Crowther speaks to Jane Austin and Lyndal Sherwin from TheMHS. They discuss the origins of the TheMHS Learning Network, their goals, the upcoming TheMHS Conference, and TheMHS Awards.Jane Austin is Executive Director of TheMHS and has had a background in health organisation management for the last twenty years. This has included roles at the George Institute for Global Health and the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Jane has also held Board positions, including as a Director of the Asthma Foundation of NSW. Jane's work has spanned the UK, Australia and New Zealand and in recent years she volunteered at a phone counselling service, supporting people living with social isolation, suicidal ideation, and mental distress.Lyndal Sherwin is the TheMHS Awards Manager. She is an Occupational Therapist and has close to 20 years’ experience working as a mental health clinician and health services manager within acute, community and forensic mental health services within Australia and the UK. Lyndal also currently holds the role of Clinical Rehabilitation Manager in Mental Health Drug & Alcohol Services in Northern Sydney Local Health District. Lyndal is passionate about trauma informed, recovery oriented service provision that is truly led by lived experience and expertise.Ruth, Jane and Lyndal discuss the origins of TheMHS Learning Network, their goals, the upcoming TheMHS Conference and TheMHS Awards. They also discuss TheMHS approach to navigating complexity, integrating the health system, the role of digital mental health and more.TheMHS Website: https://www.themhs.org/TheMHS Awards: https://www.themhs.org/about-the-awards/TheMHS Conference: https://www.themhs.org/sydney-annual-conference-2022/
Spotlight on Hello Sunday Morning
Dec 18 2021
Spotlight on Hello Sunday Morning
In episode 8, Dr. Ruth Crowther speaks to Dominique Robert-Hendren about Hello Sunday Morning, the Daybreak app, alcohol use, and the drinking culture in Australia. Dominique is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience as a clinician and mental health executive. She was the National Mental Health Program and Services Director for Australia’s largest private health care organisation, responsible for driving the transformation in service design of evidence-informed innovative programs and new models of care, including an effective national digital mental health care strategy during COVID19 for both patients and employees. Dominique is a behavioural health scientist, research scholar, psychology board-approved clinical supervisor and published author. She holds membership on several national committees and is a national keynote speaker on psychological safety, trauma-informed care, Alcohol Use Disorder and workplace mental health and wellbeing.Ruth and Dominique discuss drinking habits in Australia and changes to the Australian drinking culture, the Daybreak app, its beginnings, development, and benefits to users, and insights about how people use the app. They also discuss the future of Hello Sunday Morning, what projects they have in development and alcohol use during the festive season. Hello Sunday Morning: https://hellosundaymorning.org/Daybreak (Google Play): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hellosundaymorning.android.challenges&hl=enDaybreak (Apple App Store): https://apps.apple.com/app/apple-store/id1107514492Contact Hello Sunday Morning at: support@daybreakprogram.org
Yarning about Mental Health: A Conversation with Professor Tricia Nagel
Oct 30 2021
Yarning about Mental Health: A Conversation with Professor Tricia Nagel
In episode 7, Dr. Ruth Crowther speaks to Professor Tricia Nagel about the Aboriginal and Islander Mental health initiative (AIMhi), the Stay Strong app and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander digital mental health.Professor Tricia Nagel has thirty years of experience working in NT rural and remote mental health and substance use settings as psychiatrist and educator. Since 2003 Professor Nagel has led a research program based at Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin. The program promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives of mental health and access to culturally responsive services and treatments. It has transitioned over two decades from face-to-face, paper-based treatments and tools, to digital solutions that continue to embed holistic and empowering elements.Ruth and Tricia discuss First Nations mental health, the AIMhi project, its goals, challenges and how it has evolved, as well as the Stay Strong app, the Strong Country, Strong People website and Tricia's tips for how to use digital mental health resources in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in rural and remote areas. AIMhi Stay Strong (Google Play): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.edu.menzies.aimhistaystrongAIMhi Stay Strong (Apple App Store): https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aimhi-stay-strong-app/id912289264?ls=1Strong Country, Strong People: https://www.aimhistaystrong.com.au/AIMhi Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AIMhiStayStrongAIMhi Stay Strong YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfoq2Y_BUsqLmTfOQ14ujBQContact the AIMhi team at: info.aimhi@menzies.edu.au