Creating better futures for all.
We are an Australian social enterprise dedicated to creating better futures for all by advancing mental health, social health and reducing suicide through leadership, change and learning.
Highly experienced, caring professionals
Since establishment in 2007, we have partnered with government, not for profit, private organisations and universities to deliver more than 300 mental health and suicide prevention related projects. We deliver consulting services, undertake research and deliver training programs across Australia and internationally.
Programs are evidence informed, tailorable, practical and succinct. Independent University evaluations validate their value.
Programs are interactive, blended and incorporate best practice online learning techniques. Early suicide prevention eLearning programs available Dec. 2020.
Topics include leadership, resilience, purposeful conversations, burnout & 2020 international perspectives & experiences of Covid
Services include detailed service mapping & location specific demographic profiling, hospital transition pathways, service evaluation, stakeholder engagement, digital health, research and advocacy.
Leadership & Change
We combine best practice and decades of leadership, organisation culture and change management expertise to create psychologically safe, agile and highly productive organisations.
Free Resources & Blog
True to our social enterprise ethos we create and provide free resources and evidence informed blogs to create better futures for all.
Staying Mentally Healthy During the Corona Pandemic
ConNetica has developed 5 FREE Fact Sheets to share our extensive mental health and suicide prevention, leadership and change management expertise. This is one of the ways we are “supporting humanity” during the Corona Pandemic.
Participate in our Conversations 500 – Early Suicide Prevention Project.
This is a joint collaboration between ConNetica, Pharmacy Guild of Australia – Qld Branch, Mod Realty, Patria Consulting and 2 outstanding community members with a lived experience, Jacquie Witham, former Qld Police Inspector and Kerrie Keepa, former nurse.
Our vision is to train 500 people to have 500 conversations in 500 days. This community led early suicide prevention initiative shifts the dial from costly suicide crisis intervention to early suicide prevention. Learners leave the 4 hour Conversations for life® training more READY, WILLING AND ABLE to have early conversations with people who are experiencing a personal crisis, becoming overwhelmed and possibly withdrawing from others.
We – do things with & not to people, collaborate with and acknowledge stakeholders, identify performance needs & obstacles & analyse best practice evidence to inform practical and context aligned solutions. We have a reputation for building rapport and mutual respect and providing honest and insightful advice.
We utilise and apply systems wide thinking. We identify the root causes of problems, and recommend attention to the social determinants of health to maximise improved health outcomes for all. We advocate for place based solutions, tailored to the unique needs of communities and individuals.
Explore our Programs & Resources