On the Same WavelengthOn the Same Wavelength

True connections

View descriptionShare

How can we effectively support others with their mental health? Through his story, Evan (he/him) explores how intimate partners, friends, family, and multicultural communities react to complex mental health conditions. Amaya Alvarez (she/her) from Mental Health Carers Australia and Tandem Carers, also reflects on her experiences as a family carer.

On the Same Wavelength is a collaboration between the University of Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, and SANE, Australia’s leading national mental health organisation for people with complex mental health needs, with the support of the Paul Ramsay Foundation. It is hosted by Elise Carrotte, and edited by Chris Hatzis.

Information and resources:

If this podcast has brought up any challenging feelings for you, please consider reaching out to Lifeline via 13 11 14.

This podcast was recorded on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin nation, and we wish to pay respects to elders past and present, and extend our respects to any Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander listeners.

  • Facebook
  • X (Twitter)
  • WhatsApp
  • Email
  • Download

In 1 playlist(s)

  1. On the Same Wavelength

    7 clip(s)

On the Same Wavelength

A podcast focusing on how we can improve outcomes for people living with complex mental health condi 
Social links
Follow podcast
Recent clips
Browse 7 clip(s)