Mental Health & Wellbeing Support Services

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Mental health is a state of well-being that allows everyone to realise their potential, to cope with challenges in life, work successfully and productively and contribute to the community. Our goal is to create a culture whereby mental health is valued, promoted and free from stigma. We want to spread awareness of mental health challenges so that individuals are equipped to navigate it personally as well as support those around us who are affected.

Workshops & Seminars

Throughout the year, IHNA hosts a series of online workshops and seminars for our students on the topic of Mental Health and Wellbeing. These sessions are hosted by Mental health professionals; the purpose of these workshops is to:

  • Build Awareness and promote a better understanding of mental health & mental illness through addressing frequent misconceptions

  • To encourage students to take proactive measures to look after your physical and mental wellbeing. Student life is hard enough as it is, but we understand many of our students also have work and family commitments. That is why we run workshops such as yoga, meditation and Zumba, so that students can carve a little time of their day to look after yourself!

  • We also want to equip you with the knowledge and access to resources to be able to look after yourself or others, so our workshops aim to also inform students about the awareness of support services available

Mental Health and Wellbeing sessions are conducted once in a month, please stay tuned to event updates that are emailed to students. You can also find out more through Student Hub

Counselling Services

All our campuses are staffed with compassionate Student Support Officers who can help refer you to counselling services and other forms of social, psychological and medical support based on your location and your specific needs.

FAQs Regarding counselling

Please do not hesitate to contact the Student Support Officer at your campus, if you would like to know more.

For Emergency assistance  Call 000
  • For immediate 24/7 emergency assistance (police, ambulance or fire): Call Triple Zero 000

  • Call 000 and explain your emergency

  • You will be directed as to what to do

  • Rape and domestic violence services Call 000

Beyond Blue: for anxiety or depression

1300 22 4636

Online chat available too

Lifeline: anyone having a personal crisis

13 11 14

Chat online or text

MensLine Australia: for men facing emotional or relationship concerns

1300 78 99 78

Online chat available too

Kids Helpline: counselling for young people aged 5 to 25

1800 55 1800

Suicide Call Back Service: for anyone thinking about suicide

1300 659 467


Mental health support for young people aged 12-25, including their family and friends

Find a headspace centre near you

or access online and phone counselling through



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