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PANIC ATTACKS: MHFA GUIDELINES
Facts about panic attacks
More than 25% have at least one panic attack in their life.
People with anxiety disorders are more prone.
Few go on to develop panic disorder or agoraphobia
Not all panic attacks are triggered by something specific
They're fighting but not dangerous.
Take the time to find out information about panic attacks with MHFA GUIDELINES.
How do you know if someone is experiencing depression?
It is important to learn about depression so that you are able to recognize these symptoms and help someone who may be developing depression.
Take the time to find out information about depression with MHFA GUIDELINES.
SUICIDAL THOUGHTS AND BEHAVIOURS:
Language when talking about suicide
It is important to think about the way we talk and the terms we use.
We never say that a suicide attempt was "successful" or "unsuccessful"
We talk about "rates of suicide", or someone who "died by suicide"
We don't use the therm "commit suicide". Instead, we say "died by suicide".
Take the time to find out information about suicide with MHFA GUIDELINES.
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Navigating Mental Health and
Anxiety in the Workplace
By Vikki Paealiki
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two-day Mental Health First Aid Aotearoa Workshop
This two-day Mental Health First Aid Aotearoa Workshop (licenced by Te Pou) can be tailored for your organisation - ie. apply your company values and current wellbeing practices.
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