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SWS Online Mental Health Summit
October 3, 2020 - October 31, 2020Free
Gain access to a variety of online learning activities and opportunities to support your mental health wellness with the South Western Sydney (SWS) Online Mental Health Summit!
Organisations from across SWS will be delivering free activities & opportunities on a wide range of mental health recovery and wellness topics for people within SWS with a lived experience, for carers and for service providers during October’s Mental Health Awareness month.
Wed 7th Oct – “Moving Beyond Trauma”, presented by Petrea King, Quest for Life
Thur 8th Oct – “Roads to Recovery”, presented by the lived experience workforce of One Door Mental Health
Fri 9th Oct – “My Recovery Journey from Psychosis”, presented by Peter Schaecken, New Horizons
Tue 13th Oct – “When to see a Psychiatrist”, presented by Dokotela
Thur 15th Oct – “The Catch Up for Men”, facilitated by Flourish Australia
Fri 16th Oct – “Keeping Mentally Healthy with Chronic Illness (our stories)”, presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Tue 20th Oct – “Cuppa and Catch for Vietnamese Community”, facilitated by Flourish Australia
Wed 21st Oct – “Connector Hub – What is it?” presented by Connector Hub and One Door Mental Health
Thur 22nd Oct – “Re-frame Your Mind!” presented by Community Links Wellbeing
Fri 23rd Oct – “Understanding Mental Illness & Recovery in Arabic”, presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Mon 26th Oct – “Planning Together for Mental Health Recovery (First Nations)”, presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Mon 26th Oct – “What is Occupational Therapy and How Can It Help Recovery?” presented by Dr. Nicole Sharp (WSU Lecturer & SWSRC Expert Panel)
Tue 27th Oct – “What is Hoarding?” presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Thur 29th Oct – “What is Problem Gambling and How To Get Support”, presented by SWSLHD Gambling Help Service
Thur 29th Oct – “Self-Care & Nutrition” Facebook Live, presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Fri 30th Oct – “Roads to Recovery #2” Panel Discussion, presented by South Western Sydney Recovery College
Sat 31st Oct – “Understanding Primary Mental Health in SWS”, presented by SWS Primary Health Network (PHN)