With a focus on self-harm and suicide in adolescence, this program will assist clinicians and health professionals to manage youth in distress, self-harm and suicidality. The program has been designed... read more →
This guide looks at early warning signs of self-harm, factors that may influence young First Nations people to self-harm, and how to get help, including managing a crisis and injuries.
This resource is based on the #chatsafe guidelines and has been developed to help communities who may have experienced the suicide of a young person provide information and support via... read more →
Orygen’s #chatsafe guide includes advice for young people on how to talk about self-harm and suicide safely on social media and other digital platforms. Developed in partnership with young people,... read more →
The #chatsafe guidelines' top 10 tips for young people on communicating safely online about suicide.
Podcast 52: In this Expert Insights episode, Dr Zac Seidler will share his research on men’s mental health which has looked at shifting how we understand, approach, respond to, and... read more →
The Framework for Mental Health in Multicultural Australia (the Framework) is a free, nationally available online resource which allows organisations and individual practitioners (users) to evaluate and enhance their cultural... read more →
This half-day course is for adults assisting an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person who is experiencing gambling problems. The course will teach you how to identify, approach and support... read more →
This 9-hour course teaches adults who provide information to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities about mental health first aid and self-care. The course has been developed to support information... read more →
This 4-hour course teaches adults how to safely have a conversation with a person who is experiencing harm from their gambling. The course teaches how to identify, approach and support... read more →
Suicide Prevention Australia has developed a policy position focused on young people. Policy on youth specific early intervention and support services, including context and commentary
Suicide Prevention Australia has developed a policy position about culturally and linguistically diverse communities suicide prevention. Policy on providing culturally appropriate services for suicide prevention, including policy, context and commentary.
Policy on Moral injury management, and suicide prevention for military veterans.
From a culturally informed perspective you will learn how to assist an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander adult who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis... read more →
This 14-18 hour course teaches adults how to assist an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander young person who may be experiencing a mental health problem or crisis, including suicidal thoughts... read more →