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This October, Wayahead is bringing international leading experts in how to support people living with hoarding disorder or clutter, Lee Shuer and Bec Belofsky to Sydney from Massachusetts, USA. This public event is designed to help anyone who has ever wanted to understand more about why people collect too much stuff and what the best ways to help people struggling with hoarding behaviours are. Lee and Bec will discuss the latest research and also explain how stigma negatively impacts people…Find out more »
Facilitator Training. This October, WayAhead - Mental Health Assocation - NSW, is bringing international leading experts in how to support people living with hoarding disorder who collect and clutter, Lee Shuer and Bec Belofsky to Sydney from Massachusetts, USA. This three-day facilitator training helps prepare people to facilitate an evidence-based, life-changing workshop for people who struggle with too much stuff. Attendees of the Buried in Treasure facilitator training will: Review the latest clinical and peer support research Discuss the impacts…Find out more »
WayAhead’s Woolloomooloo Anxiety Support Group is run by Rachel at the Collective Purpose office on the 3rd Wednesday of the month from 2pm to 4pm. Our groups are usually comprised of a small number of people who come together to share personal experiences and information in a safe, friendly and supportive environment. All WayAhead support groups are free of charge and there is no need to book attendance.Find out more »
Join Collective Purpose during Mental Health Month as we discuss the intersection of cultural diversity and mental health. The session will cover how diversity in cultures and backgrounds affect mental health related experiences and in turn how cultural diversity plays an important role for the recovery of someone experiencing mental ill health. This session will also discuss what mental health service providers need to consider when they work with people from a diverse range of cultures and who also have…Find out more »