Community Groups

Community Groups

Mental Health Awareness Training for Community Groups Tasmania

iTrain's mental health awareness and suicide prevention community courses can be tailored to your groups needs to about the signs and symptoms of common and disabling mental health problems, how to provide initial help, where and how to get professional help, and how to provide first aid in a crisis situation across all age groups.

Courses such as ASIST help staff working with individuals who have thoughts of suicide.

The Benefits of Mental Health Awareness Training for Community Groups

Community groups can have a really positive effect on a person's mental health. Providing people with a social environment and routine to enjoy can greatly improve somebody's mental health. Mental health awareness training can further increase this positive effect.

By opening up conversations and understanding how to help peers when they experience mental health struggles, your community group can become a beacon for decreasing stigma around mental health conversations.

Community Groups We've Worked With

iTrain has had a significant role working with community organisations including:

- Catholic Care


- Impact Communities

- Laurel House Sexual Assault Service

To get started with mental health awareness and suicide prevention training for your community group, get in touch with our team.

iTrain offers psychotherapy to individuals who want personalised support

As a qualified provisional Psychotherapist, Matt is committed to providing personalised support to individuals in addition to offering group training and is committed to offering a wholistic framework for individuals to build healthy minds and live a good life.

If you would like to request a counselling or supervision session with Matt or one of his highly qualified team, you can do so via the buttons below.

One-to-one Counselling Sessions

Professional counselling is a safe and confidential collaboration between qualified counsellor and client to promote mental health and wellbeing, enhance self-understanding, and resolve identified concerns (PACFA).

Session Length:

60 Minutes

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One-to-one Supervision Sessions

The purpose of Supervision is to provide a safe, supportive opportunity for individuals to engage in critical reflection in order to raise issues, explore problems, and discover new ways of handling work-related issues.

Session Length:

60 Minutes

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Are you looking to organise a training course or session with Matt?

Check out our range of online courses available now, or feel free to contact Matt directly to arrange one-to-one counselling or discuss customised training options.