What Marion brings to the table is much more than the skills of an accomplished facilitator!
The Centre for Healthy Minds was very luck to secure Marion’s time to facilitate what was a key strategic planning workshop for the progression of our facility and organisation. The real value that Marion brought to our workshop was her ability to create immediate rapport, establish a sense of purpose and demonstrate genuine empathy and understanding with each of the participants. The result of this combination of skills and qualities was an ability to drive our agenda in such a way that validated where we had been, where we needed to go and the input of each participant. Through her understanding of the mental health sector Marion was also able to ‘value add’ by questioning and qualifying our position at each stage. What resulted at the end of the day was a concise plan with key deliverables, buy in and commitment from all participants and a real sense of excitement and determination.
Thank you Marion for caring to make a difference in our community!
Connetica provided insightful comment, observation and vital indicators to help us identify the risks and potential solutions.
Australia’s most comprehensive youth, technology and mental health collaboration, the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, has today launched an unprecedented online campaign targeting Australian teenagers, drawing attention to the consequences of thoughtless and hurtful use of social media and empowering them to act with respect online.
Unique to the campaign is the application of an innovative digital tracking methodology which – in conjunction with a cohort study that will survey and interview young people – will measure its impact on behaviour change over time.
National Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Practice Framework Project Discussion Paper.
While a recovery orientation in mental health has largely been championed and driven by people with lived experience, their families, friends and peers as well as the non-‐government community mental health sector, mental health clinicians and policy makers in recent years have increasingly supported their calls for cultural change.