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Alternative Mental Health Treatments


(Disclaimer: The following blog should not be taken as professional medical advice in any way shape or form and all content should be taken as merely suggestions)

 

Just a few weeks ago I pondered my routines and decisions I had been making in the past six months or so.

Mainly these decisions were poor ones, resulting in my strategies to keep mentally on-track falling firmly by the wayside.

But there was hope. In the past month I set myself some realistic strategies I desperately needed to implement. So far so good, and I have noticed introducing them gradually but purposely is working well.

There were several of these strategies that I tend to gravitate towards and I list them in the blog here.

However, while flipping the sausages when leading a Mr. Perfect Meetup last Sunday I met a great guy called David and we talked about treatment methods that did not involved medication.

David heads up STAAG - Sydney Treatment Alternatives Advocacy Group – and is a guru on this subject.

He kindly sent me some resources for bedtime reading. These handful of strategies I listed were just scratching the surface. In reality there are plenty more that may be suitable for you.

Read on below for the list provided to me by David – a hugely useful and practical resource:

( Headline image from Enritsch.com )


2 comments


  • David Murphy

    Thank you very much, Terry, for posting I can send out all six section 68 (e) lists of treatment alternatives for mental helath if anyone wants. The lists are discussion starters to get people thinking and talking about treatment alternatives. David 8214 8397, 0419 605 365.


  • David Murphy

    Thank you very much, Terry, for posting I can send out all six section 68 (e) lists of treatment alternatives for mental helath if anyone wants. David 8214 8397, 0419 605 365.


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