What's your wellbeing profile?

Welcome to #mywellbeing, a tool to help identify areas where you have an opportunity to enhance your wellbeing.

Just respond to questions based on New Horizons Eight Domains of Wellbeing to identify areas to focus on. You’ll even receive some tips and can set some goals.

So dive in to discover your potential!

Fill in the form below to begin your journey

What's your wellbeing profile?

When life throws you a curve ball, how do you feel?
If you feel distressed or worried please contact Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14
Are you often overwhelmed by your daily routine?
I feel safe and secure
If you feel distressed or worried please contact Lifeline Australia on 13 11 14
I feel like I belong
I'm as healthy and well as I can be
I am proud of my achievements
I'm free to make my own choices
I feel good about my future

Here are your results

Congratulations on completing your wellbeing profile. Now it’s time to learn about your results and set some goals below.

Based on your answer:

We think there is an opportunity to improve your wellbeing in certain domains. You’ll find descriptions of the areas below. We’ve also provided some goals/tips to help get you started on your journey to wellbeing.

Choose your goals:

Everyone’s wellbeing journey is unique. These tips are designed to get you thinking and help you take the first step towards improving your wellbeing. Pick the tips you feel are most appropriate and add them to your wellbeing profile.

Coping well

Life throws us all curveballs sometimes. Developing and maintaining the skills you need to emotionally cope with life, and establishing the foundations of resilience now, will help you get through next time it happens.

  • Identify your strengths. They are your toolkit for coping. Write them down and use them next time you are in crisis.
  • Stay in the day – taking one day at a time helps you stay positive.
  • Don’t go it alone – reach out to your support group for help.
Balancing well

If you feel overwhelmed by your daily tasks, it’s important to develop and maintaining the necessary skills to manage and balance your daily activities and tasks.

  • Make a list – then break it into manageable bite-size chunks and tackle one thing at a time.
  • Schedule time for yourself to put some balance back into your life.
  • Use tools like a calendar, alerts or notebook to help you get organised.
Living well

To achieve wellbeing you must be able to live freely and feel safe and secure in your living environment. It’s vital to addressing any factors that are impacting your immediate living situation.

  • It’s OK to reach out, you aren’t alone. Getting support can help you get through the situation, provide perspective and help develop your coping strategies.
  • Who’s your support network? Family, friends, teachers, your GP? List the contacts you can call to keep you safe.
  • If you’re not sure if you are safe supports are there… the National Counselling Hotline, National Suicide call back service and The Mental Health Line can help.
Integrating well

Integrating well means strengthening a sense of integration and belonging through your friendships, relationships, cultural connectedness and spirituality.

  • Reduce your screen time – have real-life interactions instead.
  • Meet new people by trying a new hobby or joining a new club.
  • List out some of your passions – then plan how to reconnect with them.
Physically well

Improving your diet, exercising and making healthy lifestyle choices can make you feel better inside and out.

  • If you’re not feeing great, go to your GP for a checkup.
  • Start with achievable goals that build to your overall goal, like taking the stairs not the lift, or drinking more water.
  • Think of creative ways to exercise – you’ll be more likely to keep going!
Feeling well

Feeling good about ourselves can come through setting ourselves goals and challenges. Remember to recognise your achievements and celebrate your accomplishments along the way too.

  • List three things you are proud of.
  • Celebrate your efforts as well as your achievements. It all counts.
  • Remember that set-backs are just lessons for success. Many successful people failed the first time round.
Independently well

Maintaining a sense of independence is about finding your voice, expressing yourself, and building the confidence to make your own decisions.

  • Find your voice. If you lack the confidence, try writing it down instead or find someone to speak for you.
  • Build your confidence by first making small decisions.
  • Think about the result you want not the decision itself. Then link that back to how your decision will achieve it.
Growing well

In order to discover and unleash our full potential there are things we must do - such as actively pursuing personal growth, sharing our experiences and giving back.

  • Name two new skills that you’d like to master this year.
  • What’s stopping you? If there are barriers, think about ways you can get around them.
  • The future isn’t written yet so you DO have the power to change it. If you don’t like your story think about realistic ways to start re-writing it, then start.

Find out more about the other domains of wellbeing

Life throws us all curveballs sometimes. Developing and maintaining the skills you need to emotionally cope with life, and establishing the foundations of resilience now, will help you get through next time it happens.
If you feel overwhelmed by your daily tasks, it’s important to develop and maintain the necessary skills to manage and balance your daily activities and tasks.
To achieve wellbeing you must be able to live freely and feel safe and secure in your living environment. It’s vital to addressing any factors that are impacting your immediate living situation.
Integrating well means strengthening a sense of integration and belonging through your friendships, relationships, cultural connectedness and spirituality.
Improving your diet, exercising and making healthy lifestyle choices can make you feel better inside and out.
Feeling good about ourselves can come through setting ourselves goals and challenges. Remember to recognise your achievements and celebrate your accomplishments along the way too.
Maintaining a sense of independence is about finding your voice, expressing yourself, and building the confidence to make your own decisions.
In order to discover and unleash our full potential there are things we must do - such as actively pursuing personal growth, sharing our experiences and giving back.

A summary of your results

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At New Horizons we put your wellbeing at the heart of everything we do. We have supported tens of thousands of Australians like you to reach their goals through an unmatched range of services and supports. From practical advice, coaching and mentoring, right through to specialist care and supports. We take the time to listen to you, understand your needs and design tailored solutions that put you firmly in the driver’s seat on your wellbeing journey.

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If you feel distressed or worried about your wellbeing please contact Lifeline Australia Call 13 11 14