SA: a grate state of mind. Partnering with South Australians to Implement the SA Mental Health Strategic Plan 2017–2022.

About the Mental Health Commissioners – South Australia

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It has been another year of significant challenge and change and it can be easy to become focused on all the things that have not gone the way we wanted or how tired we are of it all.

Changing mindset is not easy but is possible. Turning focus to the silver linings, things you valued, moments that made you smile, is a strategy that can help us see that despite how hard it gets there is often something to be grateful for.

Heather, John and David have each reflected on what they are grateful for this year. Let us know in the comments below what you are grateful for.

Find tips and resources to support your health and wellbeing over the holidays:
wellbeingsa.sa.gov.au/your-wellbeing
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It has been another year of significant challenge and change and it can be easy to become focused on all the things that have not gone the way we wanted or how tired we are of it all.
 
Changing mindset is not easy but is possible. Turning focus to the silver linings, things you valued, moments that made you smile, is a strategy that can help us see that despite how hard it gets there is often something to be grateful for.
 
Heather, John and David have each reflected on what they are grateful for this year. Let us know in the comments below what you are grateful for.
 
Find tips and resources to support your health and wellbeing over the holidays:
wellbeingsa.sa.gov.au/your-wellbeingImage attachmentImage attachment
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The Mental Health Commissioners do not provide mental health services and do not have a formal role in individual complaints or concerns about services. These matters will be referred to the appropriate agency such as the Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner SA www.hcscc.sa.gov.au or the Office of the Chief Psychiatrist.