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John Murch talks to Alisson and Peter Marsland

Radio is an intimate medium and for many people, Richard Marsland was and remains their inspiration. John Murch set about to find out more about Richard’s life and he spoke with Alisson and Peter Marsland, Richard’s parents.
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Anonymous – What it’s like dealing with Australia’s mental health system

I’ve tried to access mental health services through my GP. For three months I kept attending appointments to have the long session, which would get me access to mental health services under medicare. Every time, the doctor was too busy. I changed doctors, same issue. The GP’s can deal with physical problems fine, but mental health, that’s not important.
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Understanding Anxiety

Anxiety is more than just feeling stressed or worried. Anxious feelings are a normal reaction to a situation where a person feels under pressure – for example, meeting work deadlines, sitting exams or speaking in front of a group of people. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. On average, one in four people – one in three women and one in fve men – will experience anxiety at some stage in their life.
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Capril 2015 is just around the corner…

In just a few short weeks, Capril will kick off once again. We hope to be able to help remove the stigma with depression, anxiety and mental health issues. This year is a little more personal for myself, Angus, as in 2014 I was diagnosed with depression.
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Last Day of Capril 2013

Well this is it for another year.  It’s the final day of Capril 2013, so there is still time to swirl on a cape and donate some money to the wonderful work of beyondblue: the national depression and anxiety initiative. We are once again so thankful for all the support shown to us by everyone who has involved themselves in this wonderful cause.  Thank
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Guest Bloggers 2013

We’re looking for guest bloggers again this year. If you’ve had/do have experiences with depression/other mental illness you’d like to share, then please think about being a Capril guest blogger.  I’ve had lots of feedback saying how valuable it is to read about the experiences of others.  It makes people feel less alone.  If you want guidelines on how to write you can ask
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