Community discussions on mental health
Radford College is in the Parish of Holy Covenant Anglican Church.
Holy Covenant Anglican Church (89 Dexter St, Cook) is hosting a series of free community discussions with mental health practitioners on the first Thursday night of every month at 7:30pm.
These becoming well conversations address a range of matters affecting people in the wider community.
The first is called 'Mind Matters for Youth'. The evening will look at how to help support teens, especially as anxiety and depression can be significant challenges for many.
The next session for 3 June will be on 'Understanding Domestic and Family Violence', with Lifeline. Lifeline’s Domestic Violence training comes highly recommended, especially for clergy as coercive control takes so many forms.
All are welcome.
To register https://www.trybooking.com/BQKMQ
6 May Mind Matters for Youth: Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing: Angie Hazlehurst, Registered Counsellor and Family Therapist
3 June Recognising the Signs of Family Violence: Lifeline
1 July Male Mental Wellbeing: Dr Brett Morgan
6 August Family and Digital Life: Toni Hassan author of Families in the Digital Age: Every Parent’s Guide
2 September Eating Disorders: What’s New: Dr Denise Riordan, Clincal Director Child and Adolescent Mental Health
7 October Mind Matters for the Mature: Angie Hazlehurst, Registered Counsellor and Family Therapist
4 November Panel discussion, the church taking place in the life of the community: Various community leaders.
*Speakers subject to change