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Depression & Mental Health Training, Lifeline Gippsland

There’s a frightening statistic that up to three million Australians are living with depression and anxiety. That means there’s every chance you will come across someone suffering these illnesses and be in a position to offer support. Lifeline Gippsland offers four courses that span topics such as depression, domestic violence and other mental health disorders such as anxiety, schizophrenia, substance abuse and suicide.

Take a look at the following mental health and wellbeing courses Lifeline Gippsland has to offer:

Contact Lifeline Gippsland to ask further questions about this training course or check out the list of other courses we offer.

Mental Health First Aid

With mental health becoming an increasing issue in our society, Lifeline Gippsland’s Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training can benefit anyone. Many people in our community don’t know how to help a friend, family member or work colleague with a mental health disorder or someone at risk of developing depression. Using a variety of learning…


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Employee Stress Management & Self Care

What is Stress Management and Self-Care? Stress is the body’s way of responding to demand or pressure. Too much stress, or prolonged stress can affect our physical and mental health. This workshop helps to identify the signs of stress, provides opportunities for group discussion and activities to develop stress management strategies and self-care. Visit our…


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Depression Training

Are you or someone you know experiencing depression? Depression is more than just feeling sad or low during tough times. People with depression can have intense negative feelings for weeks, months or even years, sometimes for no good reason. Depression is relatively common, affecting more than one million Australians each year. Unfortunately, many people with depression don’t…


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DV-alert

Lifeline Gippsland, on behalf of Lifeline Australia, (RTO 88036) offers the Domestic Violence-alert training workshop (nationally recognised training) which aims to increase participant’s understanding of domestic and family violence and improve their skills in supporting people experiencing domestic and family violence. Domestic and family violence includes violence against women, children, the elderly and others. Such…


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DV-aware

What is DV-aware? DV-aware is a 2-hour (non-accredited) awareness session that helps raise the awareness of the public around the issue of domestic and family violence. What will I learn? You’ll walk away with some basic knowledge and tools that will guide you to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence and reflect on what you can…


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