Your Emotional Recovery

Information, referral, crisis support and counselling

Your safety is key. It’s important that you are safe. Seek support from safe and trusted people.

Reach out to people around you that you can ask for support. You might find it hard to ask, but with the help of others you’ll begin to feel better quicker than dealing with it on your own.

This could be a friendly listening ear, someone that can simply sit with you, or just knowing that someone is there for you.

You may feel a range of emotions including, anger, worry, stress, sadness, frustration or despair.

These feelings may be quite strong for a couple of days. It is important that you acknowledge what you are feeling is normal given what you have experienced.

If you become concerned about your thoughts and feelings, Victims of Crime NT are here to help you and your family.

Nice deep and slow breathing can be helpful. Follow this step-by-step box beathing/four-square breathing technique to help manage your feelings: https://camhsprofessionals.co.uk/2021/03/31/box-breathing-four-square-breathing-technique-

Support networks for you could be family, friends, or professional services.

There are many 24 hour/weekend support services available, these include:

  • NT Mental Health line – 1800 682 288

https://nt.gov.au/wellbeing/mental-health

  • TeamTalk NT – 1300 780 081

https://www.teamhealth.asn.au/services/teamtalk

  • 13YARN – 13 92 76

https://www.13yarn.org.au/

  • Lifeline – 13 11 14

https://www.lifeline.org.au/

  • Beyond Blue – 1300 224 636

https://www.beyondblue.org.au/

  • 1800Respect – 1800 737 732

https://www.1800respect.org.au/

  • MensLine – 1300 78 99 78

https://mensline.org.au/

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