A new resource designed for parents and schools to assist in raising happy, well and resilient youth.
We are extremely pleased your school has subscribed to SchoolTV - an exciting and new online resource designed to empower parents with fact-based, sound information offering practical and ongoing support strategies. SchoolTV is a world first and each month it will address one of the many issues being faced by parents today. We do hope you find this to be a useful resource in raising your children.
Dr Michael Carr-Gregg
Anxiety disorders can start early in childhood or adolescence. It may only have a moderate impact on a child’s ability to function in daily life and can therefore often remain undetected. If a child finds it extremely difficult to control their anxiety, then you should seek help or medical assistance.
Brain and Mind Centre
Professor Ian Hickie is a prominent mental health campaigner. He heads the University of Sydney’s Brain and Mind Centre and is the Commissioner in the National Mental Health Commission.
Liz is a Senior Clinician at Headspace located at the University of Sydney. She is also Director at the Young Mental Health Unit at St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Sydney.
Executive Director of Orygen, Professor of Youth Mental Health at The University of Melbourne. He is a world leading researcher in early psychosis and youth mental health.
The symptoms of anxiety are sometimes not all that obvious as they often develop gradually and can be difficult to distinguish from day-to-day worries. It’s a serious condition that makes it hard to cope with daily life. Take this interactive multi-choice quiz, hosted by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, to learn some interesting facts about anxiety.