Working and living in the UK can really do your head in. Firstly you will have leave your Psychologist in practice. Then there is the weather that will get you down. Then there are the tiny flats that people live in. They are usually dark and damp. And the laundry is usually in the kitchen. You will spend most of your time at home so where you choose to live will be important. The easiest thing to do would be to get a job in a flash place and get them to include living in as part of the salary. There are plenty of options for this type of arrangement. For those with a hospitality background, you could easily go for a pub job. These are in high supply in the summer when the pub is busy every night. But they are also available in the other months. For those who want their evenings free more often, working at a london hotel could be a better choice. Some of the fancy hotels like Durley House offer the best deal. You can work there for an average salary and have delicious, 5 star, meals provided by the chef and stay in the beautiful suites or in the staff accommodation.
No matter what you do living in the UK it will eventually get to you. When you get home you will definitely need some mental health support! Contact a Clinical Psychologist. It may take several months or years and a lot of money for the rehabilitation. You can use medicare initially to help pay for sessions and then by the time that runs out you will be ready for work. Coffs has some great attractions to explore and you can hang out at the beach. Just be careful of sharks.