On the right there are a series of statements relating to how you may feel. These statements are categorised by your Mood, Relationships, Behaviour and Coping.
We have categorised the feeling statements in this manner to make it easier for you to relate to. People don’t usually think in terms of a diagnosis, but rather how they feel and what that feeling relates to.
For example, we don’t usually think “I am depressed.” But rather “My relationship problems are making me feel sad and sick.”
To the right of each feeling statement is a question mark “?” If you hover your cursor over the question mark, more specific statements that relate to that feeling will pop up. If these statements relate to how you are feeling, click on the feeling statement to learn more about what you may be experiencing.
If you feel as though you’re not happy, or that life is getting you down, we urge you to find and contact a qualified Counsellor immediately. Mental illness is progressive. If you leave it, it can get much more serious. If you deal with it sooner, it can often be improved with lessor impact on your life.
I'm concerned about my... mood
I'm concerned about my... behaviour
Mind Your Head is an initiative of the Australian Counselling Association, a national professional association for qualified Counsellors.