There is a strong need for more proactive community initiatives to promote mental health and well-being. When addressing the youths from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island backgrounds, culturally adapted mental health education program collabration's are required. Find out about some of our current community collabrations.
Does your primary school struggle with the need to talk openly about mental health? Are you unsure how to introduce the topic with out overwhelming your children? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for!
Does your school or community group struggle to talk openly about mental health? Are you looking for a unique way to kickstart the discussion? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for! We suppprt youth mental health education in a fun, safe and non-treating way.
Through interactive workshops Mind Blank is able to help promote a positive workplace culture within targeted employers which can lead to greater awareness of and reduce the stigma associated with mental health issues within the workplace and our communities.
Mental health is important for workplaces and for employees. Especially with COVID 19 and the whirlwind of stress that it brings. In response to the growing need Mind Blank has tailored specific online workplace workshops to help businesses address mental health in the remote working environment.
Studies also show that working women are more vulnerable than men to burnout, and female founders are a high-risk group of developing a mental health conditions. Its time to collaborate to support woman in the force to overcome adversity in order to get ahead in business.