Youth suicide is a national crisis

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Students can be faced with many adversities throughout their school career. Some of those adversities contribute to poor mental health or mental illness. A mental health issue will affect approximately 1 in 7 Australian children yet only 50 % of them seek professional help. One of the main reasons for this is the negative social stigma attached to mental illness and speaking out or asking for help. The Mental Health Movement provides interactive presentations and workshops aimed at assisting students to better manage their mental health. The power of story and lived experience is the catalyst for change. Using the tools taught by The Mental Health Movement, students will learn to develop better coping strategies, leading to better resilience in the face of adversities, to develop a positive mindset, build strong supportive networks and gain access to valuable resources to help support them in the future.

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Workshops and presentations are totally customisable to suit your goals, objectives and events. MHM is very pro active in meeting any other requests and outcomes.
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Help your students to better manage their mental health

What they say ?

alison taylor

Youth Outreach & Wellbeing Officer - Vincentia High School

Dan's personal story was very powerful and engaging and the students took a lot out of it. It was refreshing to see his vulnerability and learning his positive coping strategies to better manage his mental health. Thank you Dan and The Mental Health Movement.

Michael stannizo

Deputy Principle - Warilla High School

The program has delivered on its stated objective in working towards building resilience in individuals, initiating discussions around mental health and providing information on where to access further resources or services if required. Thank you for the difference you have made in our student’s lives!

Michael stannizo

Deputy Principle - Warilla High School

The program has delivered on its stated objective in working towards building resilience in individuals, initiating discussions around mental health and providing information on where to access further resources or services if required. Thank you for the difference you have made in our student’s lives!