Pat’s story

Pat’s story

Short video sharing Pat’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Margot’s story

Margot’s story

Short video sharing Margot’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Rachel’s story

Rachel’s story

Short video sharing Rachel’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating a young mental health carer from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Freda’s story

Freda’s story

Short video sharing Freda’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Isobel’s story

Isobel’s story

Short video sharing Isobel’s story from the Intangible Storytelling Project. Celebrating mental health carers from Broken Hill in remote New South Wales. Members only. Please login to watch the video.
Welcome – we care (free poster)

Welcome – we care (free poster)

Free poster for non profit use welcoming those asking for help. “Welcome – you have our respect and support. We care.” Mixed media painting by Helen Wilding

Kathryn’s art journal

Kathryn’s art journal

Pages from Kathryn’s precious and evocative art journal sharing the journey of a mental health carer in remote New South Wales. Please register and login to read more.
Thank you letters

Thank you letters

What does a thank you mean to you? Does it make a difference to services? Why write a thank you letter? Share yours here!

Case study by Margaret Leggatt

Case study by Margaret Leggatt

Case study written by Margaret Leggatt about the need to communicate and include mental health carers as partners in care.

Art journaling in Broken Hill

Art journaling in Broken Hill

Gallery of art journal pages from a creative workshop held for mental health carers in Broken Hill 2013 – remote NSW, Australia. Please register and login to read more.
Please walk with me

Please walk with me

Why is it so hard to communicate with mental health clinicians at times of crisis? When someone we love is in danger, do we behave differently? Carer story. Please register and login to read more.