A guest post from WISE Employment’s Director of Innovation, Mental Health and Employment, Caroline Crosse AM. – “And while we may not always know about the mental health challenges of our colleagues, it’s important that we all try to be more aware, understanding and in tune with those around us.”
A guest post from Eric Hosey, Semrush Head of Human Resources. – “Every single person in this world has the right to feel respected and valued for who they are. It’s only when we open our eyes to see our similarities in one another that we have the opportunity to love not just ourselves but those around us as well.”
A guest post from Jennifer Okolo, who is a therapist and the founder of She Aspires.
In Australia, people from a CALD background have a significantly lower level of access to mental health care and support in the wider community, with many not seeking help or support. Following his recent appointment as Multicultural Mental Health Ambassador for the Northern Territory, Mathews David shares his views on the value and role of mental health programs and policies for CALD communities.
Young people are particularly experiencing real stress and anxiety around climate change, with four in five Australian students recently reporting they are very anxious, and one in five saying they would not or have fewer children because of climate change. In this interview, Dr Sally Gillespie outlines how she has applied her studies and experiences with Jungian psychology to help others and publish a book on climate consciousness.
During the coronavirus pandemic, many are doing it tough, including the thousands of healthcare workers on the frontlines. Sarah Goulding is one of these frontline workers, taking on night shifts to deliver much-needed mental health services to patients, while homeschooling during the day. In this interview, she shares how she has seen the mental health industry evolve throughout her career, her experiences during the pandemic, and advice for others considering a career in this space.
Milly Bannister is the the Founder & Director of GRLKND, a non-profit organisation connecting young women to mental health resources. In this interview, Milly reflected on GRLKND’s journey so far, and why she wants to “represent and empower women to not only know they matter, but to chase and create realities they desire.”