COVID Update - Supporting Young Guys as we come out of Lockdown

The next few weeks and months as we come out of lockdown can be hard for some of us.

You might be feeling anxious about coming back to school or work - or you might be stuck at home while others go back. Mum or dad might be stressed out and that might be causing grief.

No matter what happens, Menslink is here to help. Right now we've got a mix of online and face to face counselling appointments available for any young guy who needs some advice and support. Whether you're an existing client or you've never seen us before, we're here to help.

If you're a young guy aged 10-25, or a parent or partner of a young guy, just click on our GET HELP button and we'll be in touch the next business day to arrange an appointment.  Of course if you're an existing client, just use the link you've already got to book an appointment with your regular counsellor. We've got slots available pretty quickly and of course all our services won't cost you anything.

Remember, we're here to help, so please get in touch or ask us for help

Most of our staff are back in the office so you can give us a call during business hours. Of course, if you need urgent support, give the good people at Lifeline a call on 13 11 14.


Online Resources Available

If you're a young guy looking for some online info or other support links, our Silence is Deadly page has get help options for both 10-12's and teenagers.

Here are some other great COVID-specific resources to help you get through these though times:

For young guys doing online learning: ReachOut - your guide to surviving online learning

For parents supporting a young guy doing online learning: ReachOut - a parents' guide to surviving online learning

For adults and young guys alike: Black Dog Institute: the importance of self-care and other resources or Beyond Blue: Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing

And specifically for parents: Raising Children: Teens, COVID and Lockdown


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