Let's talk about improving your mental wellbeing

The Land and RAMHP have partnered to get more people talking about mental health. 

You are invited to take part in next month's online Friday Forum. 

When: Friday, 5th May at 12 noon

Where: Go to www.theland.com.au on the day and follow the links 

It is important to take steps to protect and promote mental health and wellbeing. There are simple steps that we can incorporate into everyday  life that will assist with improving our mental health and reducing levels of stresss. We need to be mindful of our own wellbeing, as well as that of our wider community.


On Friday 5 May, as part of Mindful May, we have an experienced panel ready to answer your questions about a number of important issues, including:

  • tips to reduce stress and anxiety
  • how to improve mental wellbeing using strategies such as mindfulness and volunteering
  • ways to strengthen your resilience to cope with stresses of daily life
  • where to seek help
  • how to identify if someone needs help


                                                                                                                                                                 






  



 

          Caroline               Luke                       Addie                       Ngaio
 


Caroline Jackson-Pierce
Caroline is the Acting Campaign Manager for Act-Belong-Commit at Mentally Healthy WA (Curtin University), which is a comprehensive health promotion campaign that encourages individuals to take action to protect and promote their own mental wellbeing and encourages organisations that provide mentally healthy activities to promote participation in those activities.  Caroline has worked in health promotion both in WA and the UK for over 20 years and has a passion for mental health promotion, sharing the vision of Act-Belong-Commit to have ‘a society that values mental health and where everyone has the opportunity to be mentally healthy’.
 

Luke Martin
Dr Luke Martin is a clinical psychologist with experience working with children, young people and adults. He has an interest in mental health communications, and currently works for beyondblue designing initiatives which reduce the impact of depression and anxiety. Dr Martin understands the importance of looking after your mental health and wellbeing, as well as the importance of self-reflection in order to help live a more meaningful and happy life.

Addie Wootten
Dr Addie Wootten brings her extensive background in clinical psychology, research and e-health to her position of CEO of Smiling Mind. Addie is a well-known leader in her field, delivering and researching innovative programs to enhance the wellbeing of people with cancer. She has developed and evaluated a range of online wellbeing tools, and has published widely. Addie has been using mindfulness meditation as a part of her clinical psychology practice for many years, and also has a strong personal mindfulness practice.

Ngaio Chandler
Ngaio has worked in the Community Services sector for more than 10 years. She began in Residential Treatment for women with substance misuse issues and Out of Home Care with adolescents. Following that, she was an Alcohol and Other Drug worker providing support to young people with substance misuse issues and their families, and has delivered numerous presentations and forums to parents and community groups. She is now the Parents Community Manager at Reach Out. Ngaio is passionate about young people and committed to working with parents to help them better support their teenagers.
 


You can ask questions on the day or submit your questions ahead of time to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We would also love to hear what topics you would be interested in talking about.
 

 We hope you can join us!
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