Free resources in Chinese

Here are some mental health resources in Chinese.

Measures available in Chinese

Publicly available information (Note, I do not take responsibility for the content on these external links).

  • QHealth has translated information including
    • Depression
    • Coping with mental illness in the family
    • What is mental illness
    • Coping personally after major disasters and cyclones
    • Psychological responses to traumatic stress
    • A glossary of mental health terms
  • NSW’s Transcultural Mental Health has translated brochures for
    • Improving general mental health
      • A good night’s sleep
      • Problem solving
      • Promoting wellbeing
      • Stress and stress management
      • Building resilience
    • Medication information
      • Antipsychotic medications
      • Benzodiazepines
      • Clozapine
      • How medication helps bipolar disorder
      • How medication helps depression
    • Child mental health
      • Anorexia Nervosa
      • Anxiety
      • Depression
      • Disruptive disorders
    • Other tipsheets
      • Carer support
      • Coping after tsunamis
      • Helping you and your family after disasters
      • Linking physical and mental health
  •  Multicultural Mental Health Australia (MMHA) has also developed a range of resources in Chinese for clinician and individual use.
    • Mental health disorders
      • Post traumatic stress disorder
      • What is an anxiety disorder
      • What is a bipolar mood disorder
      • Challenging behaviours
      • Depressive disorders
      • Eating disorders
      • Personality disorders
      • Schizophrenia
    • Other tip sheets
      • Psychosis and drug/alcohol issues
      • Recovering from a mental illness
      • Carers of people with mental illness
      • Helping someone at risk of suicide
      • Consumer rights and responsibilities in the mental health system
      • Supporting parents and families with mental health
      • Cultural identity and mental health
      • Getting help for mental health through a doctor.
      • Mental Health and coronary heart disease

Websites other clients have said were useful (Note, I do not actively monitor the content of these resources for accuracy).