Mental health

Being kind isn’t a cop out from being honest, genuine or staying true to your values

It’s important that we remain kind within the workplace since such a large part of our time is spent working under pressure and it’s easy to get caught up with work and career priorities.

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Building resilience in local communities by connection with people and the land

The mental health benefits of being a ‘Landcarer’ are real. Almost half of participants reported clear improvements in mental health, and it appears it is the simple process of connection to people, communities and the environment that makes the difference.

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Mental health is beyond any individual commercial agenda

If we can make a difference to the wellbeing of workers, then we can make a difference to the wellbeing of families. And if we do that, we’ve made a real difference to the whole community.

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You don’t need to do it all – you just need to do one thing. RU OK?

Each and every day, there are moments happening across all of our workplaces where things happen. Changes are noticed. People are experiencing things, but aren’t speaking up.

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Struggling with emotion? This is what you can do

Because emotion doesn’t have a language other than a personal experience, it is hard to attach some emotions to a tangible rhyme and reason. Expressing it means making something abstract and endless into a verbal language which is concrete and limited.

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The clip show: Season one in review of What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt

Bernard Salt is joined by Executive Producer Whitney Fitzsimmons to reflect on the highlights from season one of the show.

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Mental health has never been more central to the national conversation than it is in 2020

Mental ill health has no boundaries; both a poignant and challenging issue across all age groups.

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What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: Remote working and mental health during COVID-19

Bernard speaks with Deb Yates and Dr Jane Gunn to explore how businesses are embracing the remote working phenomenon in the wake of COVID-19.

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Sport rebooted…a boost to our individual and collective physical and mental wellbeing

Depending on what state you reside in, community sport is either back or very close to returning.

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Finding stability in the unfamiliar world of your home office

Stability is one of those things in life that we don’t think about appreciating until we no longer have it.

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Why we don’t need to hear the statistics on mental health anymore

The factors in which define a workplace’s psychological safety can be vast and, at times, complex.

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Shining a light on suicide: today is World Suicide Prevention Day

One in two young people are impacted by suicide by the time they turn 25 – meaning that half of the Australian population is personally touched by suicide one way or another. 

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Are we overcomplicating workplace mental health support?

So much of the time when we think about supporting someone in their mental health in the workplace, we vastly overcomplicate it.

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