Mental Health Month Webinar Series
For Mental Health Month and Safe Work Month, OzHelp is raising awareness of the role we can all play in creating safe workplace communities.
Join our series of short webinars to explore ways that you can help create a positive connection to health and wellbeing throughout your workplace community.
These webinars are designed to be informative, and you can get involved with our Q&A session at the end.
Each session is free and suited to those who lead teams, have their own business, or are responsible for workplace health and safety.
For more information about this series, or to suggest a topic, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Date: Thursday 21, October
Time: 11 – 11:45 am
Join OzHelp’s Supportive Conversations Webinar to explore how to start a conversation in the workplace. The session will suggest ways you can support an employee or co-worker who is in need.
The webinar will be hosted by Emily Brown (OzHelp, Clinical Director) with special guest Dr. Natalie Flatt (Director of Connect Psych).
Date: Thursday 28, October
Time: 11 – 11:45 am
Join OzHelp’s Peer Support Webinar to explore Paralympic Gold Medalists, Scott Reardon’s lived experience of Peer Support Networks, and how it has helped him achieve success on and off the sporting field.
The webinar will also discuss mental health in the workplace and community, the power of peer networks, and the importance of psychological safety from a Work Health and Safety perspective.
The webinar will be hosted by Carolyn Parish (OzHelp, Director of Wellbeing) with special guest Scott Reardon (Paralympic Gold Medalist and Speaker).
Need to talk to someone?
If you need to talk, OzHelp is here to support you. You can contact us on 1300 694 357 (9 am- 5 pm, Mon – Fri, AEST) or email us here.
National crisis support lines are also available:
Lifeline: 13 11 14
Lifeline Text: 0477 13 11 14, 6pm-midnight (AEDT), 7 nights a week
Suicide Call Back Services: 1300 659 467