Resources

Insight into creative first aid, mental health and the movement of social prescribing

Every single human moves up and down a spectrum of mental health. We are building the literacy and capacity of people in the community to understand the need for open conversation, self care and whole-of-community approaches to support and care for others.

Read on for more about our work, approach and the movement of social prescribing

Our Approach

Lunch Break: Creative Habits at Work

Never before has mental health been at the forefront of conversations about the workplace. It's time for normalising self-care at work!

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Taking Care of Mental Health in the Creative Industries

Mental illnesses affect those in creative industries at higher rates than the rest of the Australian population. Here are some of our favourite stories from people in the creative industries and how they manage their mental health.

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Drawing, Making, Dancing: The Evidence for our approach

Growing research proves that creative habits make a big impact on our mental wellbeing. Read about why they make a difference, and how our programs introduce ways to explore this for our own self-care.

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Our Impact in the Music Industry

Working in partnership with peak bodies in the music industry, we are delivering Mental Health First Aid training to Artist Managers

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Case Study

Our Impact: Helping Injured workers 'return to life'

Our Return-to-Life approach of skilling up people to find creative practices proven to regulate and reduce a range of mental health symptoms.

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Delight as an Antidote to 2020

As we navigate the range of experiences of grief, loss and uncertainty that 2020 has brought us, let us turn to delight as an action, a tool for hope and light at the end of the tunnel.

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Always Learning

National Reconciliation week has driven home just how much further we have to go in truly working towards healing.

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Prescribing Creativity

Creativity is innate in all of us. And we are just beginning to understand, as a culture, the power of creative practice as a balm for grief, distress, trauma and pain

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