Mentally Fit Sports Clubs Workshop

by Denise McMillan

Don’t miss out on these one-off FREE mental health workshop teaching simple and practical strategies for keeping team players mentally fit. The workshop is for coaches, leaders, volunteers, and members of the sporting community in the Cockburn, Fremantle, and Melville areas. Social support and encouragement can influence those experiencing mental health concerns to seek help, recover, and reach their potential.

There are five mental health awareness training sessions available to the Cockburn, Fremantle, and Melville community. These sessions are free and target the sporting community but are not limited to. The sessions run for 1.5 hours giving practical skills to support yourself and others. Experienced Lifeline WA facilitators run these worthwhile sessions. For more information go to Supporting Yourself and Others – Sports Clubs – Imagined Futures

Social support and encouragement can influence those experiencing mental health concerns to seek help, recover, and reach their potential.

Topics include:

  • Identifying general signs of poorer mental health and wellbeing
  • Use a “traffic light” system to check in on your own mental wellbeing
  • Have a basic check-in conversation with a team member
  • Find appropriate supports

Sessions available are as follows: You can register via the links.

I have attached a flyer – registrations are essential and spots are limited.

To find out more or to register, click on the below blue “To Register” link here:

To Register

To speak to an Imagined Futures staff member, contact Suellen Althaus at:

  • Suellen Althaus
  • Project Officer – Alliance Against Depression
  • Imagined Futures/St Patricks Community Support Centre
  • P: 0401 476 708
  • Salthaus@stpats.com.au