Events List

Mindframe training: Communicating about suicide & mental health concerns

This Mindframe training session on safe and sensitive public communication around suicide and mental health concerns will include: A brief overview of the Mindframe program The Australian context, with current data The guidelines in-depth Examples of problematic communication Information about help-seeking and self-care Opportunity for a Q&A with Everymind team members about Mindframe. Learn more about Mindframe prior to this session at:

Webinar: Unpacking the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander landscape

online via Zoom

Understanding cultural contexts for wellbeing, examining policy and government action for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Join Professor Helen Milroy AM, Rachel Fishlock, CEO of Gayaa Dhuwi, and Michael Cook, Director of Policy at the National Suicide Prevention Office, for a critical conversation on the social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In this webinar, we will: Explore the cultural and historical context of Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB): Investigate the deep connections between social and emotional wellbeing, social determinants, and historical experiences, emphasising the holistic cultural understanding of wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Address the current policy landscape that supports SEWB, mental health and suicide prevention activities: Examine existing policies, discuss barriers to their implementation, and explore the vision and future directions for SEWB, mental health, and suicide prevention policy and practice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Understand the whole-of-government approach to suicide prevention: Learn about the National Suicide Prevention Office's approach to suicide prevention, including the development of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy and its alignment with the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Strategy.


9K per Day Challenge

Run or walk 9000 (9k) steps per day for 30 days for the 9 Australians we lose through suicide every day. Raise awareness and much-needed funds to help save lives and deliver community-based mental health services in Australia. Together we can combat depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses. Kick off your 30-day challenge anytime from September 1st, 2024 with the journey concluding on November 30th. SIGN UP TODAY!