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From Self-Advocacy to Learning Presentation Skills in Term 2

This term, the Skills for Life stream features an advocacy journey. Learn about what self-advocacy is, practice self-advocacy skills, learn about how you can become a peer advocate and develop presentation skills to take your mental health advocacy to the next level.

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Schizophrenia Awareness Week – One Door Symposium 2022

On Monday 23rd and Wednesday 25th May, join One Door Mental Health in our annual symposium as we share the latest insights, promote inclusive behaviour and encourage a purposeful and meaningful life amongst the creative and passionate community living with schizophrenia.

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Term 1 2022 Enrolments Open – Reconnect, Learn & Grow

After a second year impacted by the pandemic, we are even more aware of the mental health impacts of uncertainty, lockdowns and isolation. We are also aware that returning to some semblance of ‘normal’, the relaxation of restrictions, the social anxieties of reconnecting with people and the worries of the festive season may be impacting mental health concerns as well.

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Staying well during the holiday season – 2021 Edition

This time of year can be difficult. Add to this a new COVID variant, coming out of lockdown and opening up, there are many situations that might increase anxieties this year. If things start to feel overwhelming, please reach out to support services, links for which we have provided here.

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‘Keeping Well During the Pandemic’ – In-language online webinars for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities

As part of October’s Mental Health Month, the Transcultural Mental Health Centre (TMHC) is organising a series of online webinars in multiple languages for members of CALD Communities. The webinars will focus on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our mental health and wellbeing, how to recognise symptoms of mental distress in ourselves and others and provide information on where to seek help. The webinars will also provide tips and skills on how to manage stress and keep well during this challenging time. The webinars will be in-language or in English with an interpreter.

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Walk for Wellness this World Mental Health Day

2021 would mark the ninth annual Wellness Walk over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge for One Door Mental Health. Now 18 months into the pandemic, it is important to continue to raise awareness on the impact of COVID-19 on the people we support, motivate them to stay active and halt the decline in their physical health.

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One Door Voice Hearers Support Group Survey

One Door Mental Health is planning to set up a support group for people who hear voices. The support group will aim to be non-judgmental and provide a stigma-free experience for people who hear voices.

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