Resource Library

headspace has produced fact sheets and other resources designed for young people, family and friends of and professionals who work with young people. Click through the categories below to download our resources. 

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Evidence Summary
Fact Sheets
PDF factsheet

Understanding Sex and Sexual Health

Sexual relationships are a normal part of life. It’s important to feel in control
and make the decisions that are right for you to make sure that your sexual relationships are positive and healthy.
PDF factsheet

Understanding Bullying

Bullying involves people repeatedly and deliberately doing things that leave another person upset, afraid or hurt. It can increase the risk of developing mental health problems for
everyone involved, including those doing the bullying.
PDF factsheet

Healthy Internet Gaming

Healthy gaming can help us to have structure and routine in our lives and provides some beneficial downtime, relaxation and fun.
PDF factsheet

Understanding Gaming (for friends and family)

The information in this fact sheet is designed to help you better understand your young person’s gaming and internet use and how you can support them to maintain a healthy balance in their lives.
PDF factsheet

For Schools: Supporting Student Voice in Disaster Recovery

Student voice is important in all aspects of the school community – including disaster recovery.
PDF factsheet

Understanding Depression

Different people will experience depression in different ways. It usually includes these signs and symptoms – for a period of at least 2 weeks − without improvement.
PDF factsheet

What is Gender Identity?

Gender identity is how you perceive your gender, how you show this to others, and
how you express yourself.
PDF factsheet

What is a General Practitioner (GP)

A family GP can be a good place to start if you need some help and feel comfortable talking to them. Even if they know your family, a GP is still required to keep your information private.