International students resource hub
health & wellbeing

Whether it’s strategies, tools, some quick advice or demystifying how to get the right support for you and your needs, Radiant has you covered. Below is a series of resources to help you on your wellbeing journey.

Health and Wellbeing Toolkit

Today is always a good day to set some new goals! At Radiant, we want to help students like you to focus on your personal wellbeing and a healthy mind as you start your studies for 2021.

Download our Health and Wellbeing Toolkit which will give you tips and support for managing, nurturing and strengthening your mental health.

Meet some international students

As an international student studying in Australia it can be tricky to know what to do, where to go or who to talk to when and if you need help for your health and wellbeing.

Radiant spoke with current and former international students – Toby, Keshni, Michael and Juliana, as well as Relationships Australia NSW Counselling Team Leader, Brett to discuss the ins’ and outs’ of studying as an international student in Sydney and how you can nurture and strengthen your mental health and wellbeing, particularly during COVID-19.

Watch these videos to learn more about mental health and wellbeing.

Tips to feel your best, every day

Daily Questions during COVID-19

It’s important to reflect at the start of each day to ensure that you’re doing everything you can during this time to stay positive. Relationships Australia NSW has created a list of questions to use each day as a household or on your own. There are four different...

Tips for Coping with Mental Illness

According to the Blackdog Institute, 1 in 5 (20%) Australians aged 16-85 experience a mental illness in any year. The most common mental illnesses are depressive, anxiety and substance use disorder. If you have been diagnosed with a mental health illness then you're...

Looking After Your Wellbeing During the Coronavirus

As the world continues to grapple with the Coronavirus, working from home has become the new norm in many work places. Here are few tips on how you can stay productive while working from home and maintain your own well-being: Create a schedule Trying to create a...

 

Find the right support to feel your best

Multicultural mental health support for International Students

As an international student in Australia there is a lot of support out there to support you and your mental health and wellbeing, from online resources, tools, advice and services to face-to-face support. Sometimes, the hard part is finding the resources and services...

City of Sydney Community Support Services

  Are you an international student in the City of Sydney? Have you been impacted by COVID-19 and are currently in need of legal advice, food relief or emergency accommodation?  To help you find the services and support you need, the City of Sydney Council has...

Counsellor, Psychologist or Psychiatrist: What’s the difference?

Therapy jargon can be pretty confusing. You might have heard of the terms counsellor, psychotherapist, psychologist or psychiatrist, but what is the difference? And when should you go see one, and who is the right person to see? There are a range of people who can...

Invest in your wellbeing: navigating healthcare in Australia

Low Cost Health & Wellbeing Options for International Students 

  2020 has been quite the year, particularly if you are an international student living in the City of Sydney. For many, living and studying abroad is an exciting experience, however COVID-19 has no doubt had an impact on our lives in a way that no one quite expected...

How to get a mental health plan as an international student

Life as an international student in Australia can be really exciting. Learning about Australian culture, exploring a new city and enjoying some of the most beautiful beaches in the world is something that many people only dream about. But living abroad, away from...

 


Radiant is supporting the wellbeing of international students during COVID-19 through generous funding by the City of Sydney and the Community Services Grant 2020-21.

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