Research shows that chronic conditions, including Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP), can profoundly impact a person’s mental health.
People with chronic health conditions struggle and have a higher risk of developing mental health conditions like anxiety and depression. That’s why it is crucial to seek support to help reduce the emotional toll of living with a chronic illness.
Living with the challenges of your chronic disease often goes beyond the physical symptoms and side effects, which can affect your physical and mental well-being.
Day-to-day tasks may become incredibly hard, affecting your psychological health and overall quality of life.
Free, Online, Personalised Mental Health Care Support
If you are looking for more support to manage and improve your mental health, you may wish to take part in the FREE ONLINE Chronic Conditions Course offered by the MindSpot Clinic.
The Chronic Conditions Course is a clinically proven treatment to help adults manage the impact of living with a chronic health condition.
It was specifically designed to help support adults living with chronic conditions who struggle with their mental health by providing information and skills to best empower them to care for their psychological well-being.
No mental health treatment plan is necessary for patients to access these services.
Still, the MindSpot Clinic advises that you discuss your participation in this course with your GP and other health professionals.
Maintaining a good working relationship with your GP is essential; they can help you decide whether this program will suit you.
The Chronic Conditions Course is recommended for people who:
- Are 18+ years & Australian residents
- Have a diagnosed chronic physical health condition
- Have a condition that is impacting their emotional well-being and day-to-day activities
- Want information & skills to help them manage the impacts of their condition/s
The course is FREE, CONFIDENTIAL, and can be completed in your own time.
The goal is to help you improve your emotional well-being and quality of life and to maintain your day-to-day activities as much as possible.
For more information about the Mindspot Chronic Conditions Course, visit our News section or visit Mindspot.org.au today!