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Domestic Violence & Mental Health

This workshop explores the mental health needs of victims and survivors of domestic violence. The workshop draws upon up-to-date research domestic violence, mental health and the lived experiences of survivors and their supporters. By the end of this course, students will have a better understanding of what domestic violence is, who it affects, the mental […]

Understanding Eating Disorders

Eating disorders can affect people of all ages, backgrounds, and body shapes and sizes. This program builds understanding of eating disorders, how they impact psychological and physical health and how best to support recovery. By the end of this workshop participants will have learned about: the different eating disorders, and how each of these eating […]

Strong Social & Emotional Wellbeing

This workshop provides practitioners with the cultural understanding required to deliver mental health services within a social and emotional wellbeing framework. This is course is open to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous students. This workshop has been revised and updated to support the need for physical distancing during the pandemic. This workshop was previously delivered as Working […]

Creativity for Wellbeing

In this four part online workshop series, students will explore how creative processes can support mindfulness practice and promote wellbeing throughout recovery. Through interactive discussion and take-home exercises, this series will challenge what ‘being creative’ means and build the confidence of individuals to explore their own creative potential. This workshop series is being offered online […]

Understanding Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia, like many mental health conditions, is often misunderstood, stigmatised, and portrayed in popular culture in negative ways. This workshop aims to help people living with schizophrenia and their families, friends and carers to better understand what a diagnosis of schizophrenia means, how to manage it and how to support recovery.   See our FAQs for how […]

Writing for Wellbeing

In this four part online workshop series, students will learn about using writing as a self-care tool. This series will encourage confidence in students’ own personal style and will unlock their own unique writing ability. It will build on this skill set to empower and encourage wellbeing. If students come from a background where English […]

Self-Care

Recovery depends on all the people involved – people living with mental health issues, workers, and carers, family and friends – being as strong and resilient as possible.  When there are lots of demands and stressors, it is very easy to neglect the things that can help us feel strong and resilient. Self-care is becoming one of the […]

Term 4 2021

Term 4 will start in early October 2021! October is Mental Health Month, so look out for more about our workshops, any additional events and opportunities to Tune In. In Term 4 we will continue online workshops over Zoom as we work with the current COVID restrictions. Contact us if you have any questions or […]

Understanding Depression

What is depression? This program builds understanding of depression and how it impacts on individuals, their carers and families. The program also explores recovery, coping strategies and self-management techniques. By the end of this workshop, students will have achieved the following learning objectives: Explain how serious and common depression is Identify the signs and symptoms […]

Mindfulness

Most of us often feel overloaded, stressed and feel under pressure. It is very easy to get into a spiral and be stuck in our usual automatic reactions (even if they’re not helpful). Mindfulness is an integrative, mind-body based approach that helps people to manage their thoughts and feelings and mental health. Many people find […]