8 episodes

headspace Sessions Podcast Adelaide is about all things youth mental health. Each episode features topical content that is handpicked by the young creative team as well as special guests, experts and practical advice delivered in an educational, engaging and inspirational format.

headspace Adelaide is part of the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing support to young people aged 12-25 going through a tough time.

Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed our podcasts are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

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headspace Sessions Podcast Adelaide is about all things youth mental health. Each episode features topical content that is handpicked by the young creative team as well as special guests, experts and practical advice delivered in an educational, engaging and inspirational format.

headspace Adelaide is part of the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing support to young people aged 12-25 going through a tough time.

Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed our podcasts are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    S3 Episode 2: balancing online study and working from home (part 2)

    S3 Episode 2: balancing online study and working from home (part 2)

    We are studying and working from home more than ever. In this episode we explore the current COVID-19 circumstances, along with sharing experiences and tips to make being at home a more enjoyable time.

    Recorded live from each of our living rooms.

    Also listen to S3 Episode 1: balancing online schooling and working from home (part 1).

    This episode is led by: Steph (YRG), Ally (Ambassador), Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) and Claire (Community Engagement Officer). It is brought to you by the headspace Adelaide Youth Reference Group and Youth Ambassadors. Produced and edited with support from Shane (Community Engagement Team Leader).

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people and staff involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 20 min
    S3 Episode 1: balancing online study and working from home (part 1)

    S3 Episode 1: balancing online study and working from home (part 1)

    We are studying and working from home more than ever. In this episode we explore the current COVID-19 circumstances, along with sharing experiences and tips to make being at home a more enjoyable time.

    Recorded live from each of our living rooms.

    Also listen to S3 Episode 2: balancing online schooling and working from home (part 2).

    This episode is led by: Steph (YRG), Ally (Ambassador), Gabby (Community Engagement Officer) and Claire (Community Engagement Officer). It is brought to you by the headspace Adelaide Youth Reference Group and Youth Ambassadors. Produced and edited with support from Shane (Community Engagement Team Leader).

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people and staff involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 21 min
    S2 Episode 3: when your friends are not okay (young women special)

    S2 Episode 3: when your friends are not okay (young women special)

    'You are just being emotional' - It is far too often reported that women feel judged when they speak up about their mental health struggles. So what can you do when a female friend opens up?

    In this podcast, headspace Adelaide volunteers Maiah Stewardson, Steph Hefferan and Claire Coleman discuss this from their point of view and share their own experiences.

    This episode joins in from S2 Episode 2: when your friends are not okay (men's health week special). Stay tuned for S2 Episode 3, which will explore more in-depth the gender differences noted in S2 Episode 2 and 3.

    Season two is led by: Steph Hefferan and Declan Heath, along with the headspace Adelaide Youth Reference Group and Youth Ambassadors. Produced with support from Shane Hough and Jeff Smith.

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 31 min
    S2 Episode 2: when your friends are not okay (mens health week special)

    S2 Episode 2: when your friends are not okay (mens health week special)

    Many young men are struggling with their mental health, which can be worsened by the expectation they must put on a brave face and be strong. It is often described by young men that it can awkward to open up and share what is on their mind. In this podcast headspace Adelaide volunteers Harrison Schultz, Declan Heath, Sammy King and Nick Rava discuss this, but also share their experiences around opening up without judgement.

    Also listen to S2: Episode 3: when your friends are not okay (young women special)

    Season two is led by: Steph Hefferan and Declan Heath, along with the headspace Adelaide Youth Reference Group and Youth Ambassadors. Produced with support from Shane Hough and Jeff Smith.

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 32 min
    S2 Episode 1: sleep

    S2 Episode 1: sleep

    headspace Adelaide welcomes you to season two of headspace Sessions Radio. Episode one jumps right into the topic of sleep. Getting the right amount of good sleep can give you more energy, improve concentration, help you better deal with stress and, you guessed it, keep a healthy headspace!

    This season we launch our new panel format, with a new team of young people joining our hosts from last season. Put your earphones on and listen in, as they sit on the couch in the headspace Adelaide podcast studio to discuss all things sleep.

    Season two podcast team: Declan Heath, Samuel King, Steph Hefferan, Maiah Stewardson, Harrison Schultz, Nick Rava, Lucy Brewer, Lucas Binns, Georgia Brass, along with the headspace Adelaide Youth Reference Group and Youth Ambassadors. Produced with support from Shane Hough and Jeff Smith.

    Introduction ‘tips for sleep’ audio grab supplied by headspace National Office.

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 30 min
    S1 Episode 3: schoolies and coping with school results

    S1 Episode 3: schoolies and coping with school results

    Welcome to the third episode of headspace Sessions Radio. With the end of the year approaching, thousands of year 12 students start their celebrations with the 'Schoolies' Festival. We explore what schoolies is all about and how to experience it all safely. We also give some tips on how to cope with the wait for year 12 results and briefly look at the different options beyond secondary school.

    headspace's friend Dylan Lewis gives us the low down on alcohol, De from Encounter Youth pops into the studio chat about what to expect at the Victor Harbor Schoolies Festival, Harrison takes to the street to ask young people their thoughts of school and we are joined by Jack Buchanan, who performs his song 'Follow the Ocean' live at the headspace Adelaide Centre.

    WARNING: This episode contains content that discusses alcohol, drugs and sexual themes.

    Produced by: Shane Hough and Jeff Smith
    Hosts: Maiah Stewardson, Paris Humphrey and Harrison Schultz
    Writers: Eddie Symonds, Lucas Binns, Lucy Brewer and Sam Bartlett
    Audio: Declan Heath and Ryan O'Dea
    Guests: De from Encounter Youth, Jack Buchanan and Vox Pops from NEO at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

    If you or someone you know is in need of crisis or suicide prevention support, please contact:
    - Lifeline on 13 11 14 (Australia)
    - Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800 (Australia)

    Disclaimer: Views and opinions expressed in this podcast are from young people involved at headspace Adelaide, or are guests invited to be interviewed. Information provided should not be taken as clinical advice.

    • 52 min

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