Things to try: Getting help
Tips for supporting your teenager
There are a number of things that you can do to assist your teenager to get help for mental health concerns. If you'd like to understand more about why getting help early is important and knowing when to get help, read our fact sheet on getting help for teenagers.
Otherwise, see below for information on the types of help available for your teenager’s mental health.
Find out about our free online coaching service and how we can help you be the parent you want to be. Read more
Psychologist Anna Sidis explains the difference between normal teenager behaviour and mental health conditions. Read more
Getting help from people in similar situations can be great for feeling like you're not alone. Read more
A short quiz to help you connect with the right support from ReachOut Parents. Read more
If you want to talk things through with someone right now, find the hotline in your state. Read more
Visiting your teenager’s GP is a good first step to find out whether they have a mental illness. Read more
Psychologist Clare Rowe explains why seeing a psychologist is helpful in improving mental health. Read more
Visiting a mental health professional alone allows teenagers to speak openly and honestly. Read more