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Mental Health Trauma & Resilience

Two Part Webinar

Mental Health Trauma & Resilience

For first responders, frontline and high-exposure roles


The mental health and wellbeing of first responders, frontline and high-exposure workers has never been more important.  While exposure to mental and emotional stress at work is common in these professions, the past year has been particularly challenging for workers in emergency services, healthcare, aged care and community services. Events like the summer bushfires and the COVID pandemic have had a significant toll on mental health leading to stress, burnout and sometimes psychological trauma.

To support workers to manage the impact of trauma and exposure to adverse events, it’s crucial for leaders and managers to be equipped with recent evidence and practical guidance to take effective action. The Mental Health Trauma & Resilience webinar will give you the evidence and offer strategies to manage the impact of trauma, build resilience, combat empathic distress fatigue and enhance mental wellbeing among workers.

Who is this event for?

Representatives from first responder, frontline and high risk/exposure organisations including Police, Fire & Rescue, Ambulance, State Emergency Services, Defence, Justice, Corrections, Child Protection and Social Work, Hospital and Aged Care.

With roles and responsibility for:

  • People and culture
  • Human resources
  • Operations
  • Counselling
  • Peer Support
  • Wellbeing
  • Critical incident response
  • Employee assistance (EAPs)
  • Occupational health and safety
  • Occupational violence

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