Contributing to Communities – Mental Health at Your Station and Your Community

WEBINAR: Contributing to Communities – Mental Health in Your Station and Your Community - 6 October 2020

Danny Chifley, 28th September 2020
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During this time of physical distancing and heightened anxiety in our communities, it is imperative that we ensure that looking after mental health is a priority.

While our connection with our communities means that we are in a position to help contribute and foster a positive mental health environment, before we attempt to assist others, we have to first make sure that we ourselves are monitoring and improving our metal health. An issue that is as sensitive as it is serious, our webinar will look at building a positive environment at your station, best practice and what organisations can assist you to assist others.

Our webinar will discuss:

  • Prioritising mental health
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Mental health support
Kim BorrowdalePresented by: Kim Borrowdale - Change Communications Specialist 

Kim is a communications specialist and storyteller by trade who for the past twenty years has worked across the public, private and not for profit sectors delivering change management projects and communication strategies in Australia and around the world. Previously Deputy CEO for Suicide Prevention Australia, Kim now lends her expertise to socially conscious organisations such as R U OK? and is a proud Director of Australia’s Community Broadcasting Foundation. 

 

 

This webinar was held at 11:00am Tuesday 6 October 2020

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