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Frame of Mind: Mental health and the arts


The Frame of Mind: Mental health and the arts publication is produced by the National Art School. The publication features the work of six artists from New South Wales and six artists from Western Australia, as well as commissioned essays from mental health experts Professor Katherine Boydell (Black Dog Institute), Professor Ian Hickie (Brain and Mind Centre), Dark Side curator Professor Ted Snell and artist Paul Uhlmann.

Collect a physical copy of the Frame of Mind: Mental health and the arts publication from the National Art School or Edith Cowan University. Limited copies available.

Receive a free digital copy of the publication today

Other Resources
1800 RESPECT.  

1800 737 732

Support if you, or someone you know, is experiencing sexual assault or domestic and family violence



A counselling and support service for LGBTQI+ people and people with HIV

Beyond Blue.  

1300 224 636


Provides support programs to address issues related to depression, suicide, anxiety disorders and other related mental illnesses

Black Dog Institute.  


Mental health resources and support tools



headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds

Kids Helpline.  

1800 551 800


Free phone and online counselling service for young people – available 24/7


13 11 14


Provides all Australians access to crisis support and suicide prevention services

Mensline Australia.  

1300 789 978

A telephone and online counselling service offering support for Australian men

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO).  

02 6246 9300


Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and Aboriginal Medical Services in each state and territory

Parent Line.  

1300 1300 52


Parent Line is a free telephone counselling and support service for parents and carers with children aged 0 to 18 who live in NSW



Online youth mental health service

Suicide Call Back Service.  

1300 659 467

Provides immediate telephone counselling and support in a crisis – available 24/7