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The Mental Health Pack was borne from a very dark and scary place by their founder and CEO, Nick. 

Spiralling downward fast in the corporate world and choked by anxiety and depression, it was time for him to break free from this self made 'corporate prison' and contribute something meaningful to the field of mental health. 


Nick has a mission to provide hope to fellow sufferers of depression and anxiety, ensuring that no one feels alone or vulnerable to the Black Dog.


Are you looking to improve your knowledge and understanding of mental health? Do you want to help others who may be struggling with their mental health? Are you in a role that has responsibilities for others?

If you answered 'Yes' to any of them, then Mental Health First Aid training is for you.


I'm really proud to collaborate with Mental Health Pack to offer a Mental Health First Aid course designed to help individuals become certified in mental health first aid.


The course is run in person over two days and is perfect for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of mental health and how to provide support to those who may be struggling. For individuals wanting to conduct the course, it's held in Brisbane. Sign up for this course today and become a certified mental health first aider.


For groups/corporates, it can be run anywhere in Australia, just let us know.

The Standard Mental Health First Aid course teaches participants how to provide initial support to another adult who may be experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis, until professional help is received or the crisis resolves.

Course participants learn about the signs and symptoms of common mental health problems in adults, how to recognise and respond to an emerging or worsening mental health problem and the treatments and supports available.

Using a practical, evidence-based action plan, course participants learn how to approach someone they are concerned about and initiate a conversation about those concerns. Participants also learn how to offer initial support and information and how to encourage the person to seek professional help or other supports.

Adults who complete the course become Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAiders), equipped with the knowledge, confidence, and skills to provide someone with mental health information and support when it matters most.


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