Connecting with clients (& patients, students) for frontline Staff


BOOK NOW - Brisbane Workshops Saturday 30th November.

Do you work or interact with people who may be at risk of suffering, or currently suffering a severe mental illness or psychosis?

Teachers, police, hairdressers, personal trainers, customer service staff, detention workers, nurses, GP's, guidance officers, youth workers, social workers - this course is for you!!!


Designed by Dr Jennifer Wilson, the LOSE YOUR MIND mental health literacy fundamentals workshop is designed for anyone who would benefit from an emotionally engaging discussion about mental illness and the best strategies for communication and early intervention. 


Mental Health Literacy Fundamentals Workshops are adapted to your industry, run between 90 mins and one day and cover:

  • What is it like to have a mental illness? The VR simulation / activities.

  • What is it and what causes psychosis and mental illness?

  • How to lovingly talk to someone who might be showing signs of mental illness - either acutely or chronically.

  • Watch your language - being aware of bias and judgment.

  • Self-care strategies.

Adapted for an organisation or industry, workshops can be facilitated with all frontline service professions.  For workplaces seeking to improve their mental health culture, LOSE YOUR MIND offers a unique, cost-effective, easily accessible educational tool positioning them at the cutting edge of mental health prevention and intervention. It is expected that businesses and organisations who engage workshops will experience a two-fold impact on service: a reduction in costs associated with mental ill health as well as enhanced customer relationships and trust.

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BOOK NOW - Brisbane Workshops Saturday 30th November.

By the end of the day you will learn how:

  1. To recognise the importance of empathy in fuelling connection with their colleagues, clients and families thereby reducing the stigma of mental illness.

  2. To develop personal insight into their own need to be heard and for human connection.

  3. To gain a greater understanding of the issues faced by those struggling with their mental health.

  4. To learn to listen with kindness, love and compassion.

  5. To be a safe space for open communication and connection.

  6. To understand the importance of empathy for self and self-care.


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