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To support the upcoming small business and mental health project, Everymind is seeking input from small businesses with a passion for mental health.
Everymind has been consulting with stakeholders and has conducting further focus groups and individual interviews with professionals at the John Hunter and Westmead Hospitals during December as part of the project.
A new study funded by the icare Foundation, and conducted by Everymind, has uncovered that people working in the small business sector may be more likely to be affected by poor mental health than the general population, prompting a compelling need for innovative solutions to assist those people who are the lifeblood of the NSW economy.
We'd like to hear from people in small business regarding the small business and mental health project.
This morning, the Australian Bureau of Statistics declared that 61.6% of eligible Australians who expressed a view, voted YES to Marriage Equality.
This is a momentous day in Australia’s history and an important step forward in removing some of the discrimination which impacts negatively on the mental health and wellbeing of LGBTI people.
Everymind is to co-facilitate more than 150 professionals from the entertainment industry today at the Sydney Opera House, as part of a national series of wellbeing focus groups.
Our Director, Jaelea Skehan will join mental health experts, Government representatives and key industry partners at the NSW Government’s Mentally Healthy Workplaces Summit this week.
The 14th annual Combined Communication, Education, Welfare, Leadership and Management Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting is being held at the Novotel Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast this week.
We know than many adult Australians spend more time at work than anywhere else – so it makes sense to think about the workplace as a key setting for action.