Mind Blank

We are a unique community-driven response to national mental health priorities.
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Respectful Relationships

Does your school or community group struggle to talk openly about mental health? Are you looking for a unique way to kick start the discussion? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for!

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Program Description

Mind Blank uses theatre to as a mental health promotional tool.  Our specially-designed interactive show helps young people to identify signs and symptoms of mental health and help-seeking support.

We visit your school and perform our specially-designed interactive show. The story showcases a lived experience with mental ill-health, and asks students to consider what they would do in each scenario.

Our programs are evidence based practice, more information about our program evaluations can be found via this link.

Prevention Domestic Violence

A recent global study of more than 125,000 people from all socioeconomic backgrounds found children who witnessed domestic violence had the same risk and incidence of PTSD as soldiers returning from war.

The Story of Emma – Respectful Relationships

This is a story about Emma. Despite her seeming happy, deep down Emma is having trouble at home. Trouble that sees her dropping out of school and also leaving her with some serious mental issues. This script will explore harm prevention themes, along with the role of the bystander and communication skills around asking for help.

Key program themes

- Boundaries setting

- Communication skills

- Nonverbal consent

- Help seeking

- Bystander roles

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June 9, 2020
Children's Education Programs

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!

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