Depression and anxiety often turn up hand-in-hand. We explore these two common mental health issues with the help of The Happiness Institute Australia’s Dr Happy, Dr Tim Sharp, Associate Professor from School of Psychological Sciences at the University Of Tasmania, Dr Kimberley Norris and, Dr Lisa Saulsman, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy specialist and Senior Lecturer for the School of Psychological Science, University of Western Australia.
Together we explore the signs, symptoms and treatments, with an intention of de-stigmatising issues around depression and anxiety, with some personal stories from Louise and Andy, as well as some tools from our guests.
Episode transcript available at reframeofmind.com.au
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