Looking after your mental health and wellbeing is always important
...especially when you are in a new environment or facing new challenges. What can you do to stay on top of things? Are there some steps you can take? This guide can help you with some useful tips and information.
Why ‘When the Cowpat Hits the Windmill’?
Living in rural or remote areas can present challenges, but it shouldn’t limit your ability to enjoy and get the most out of your life.1
You won’t find many people in the country throwing cowpats at windmills. But if you do see dung being flung at a windmill – take cover, because somebody is not happy! Before you get to the stage where you feel like throwing cowpats or anything else at a windmill, remember this guide!
Some other useful resources:
- See Sections 8, 9 and 10 for a comprehensive list of mental health resources and places to access help.
- Services for Australian Remote and Rural Allied Health’s Transition Toolkit to Rural and Remote Practice
- The NRHSN Rural Placement Guide