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Deadly Thinking Community Workshop - Boonah

When: 10:00am - 4:00pm Tuesday, 5th March 2019

Where: BOONAH CULTURAL CENTRE, HERITAGE ROOM 3 HIGH STREET, BOONAH

Organiser: Rural and Remote Mental Health

Flyer: Dt 1 Day Community Workshop Boonah March 2019

Deadly Thinking is a social and emotional well-being and suicide prevention workshop designed by Indigenous people for Indigenous people to be delivered to remote Indigenous communities; natural helpers; Elders; ‘at risk’ individuals; ‘at risk’ groups.

What does the program consist of?
A one-day workshop during which core social and mental well-being issues are addressed in an open, respectful and comfortable forum.

Topics covered include yarning, risks to mental health, staying strong, handling worries, symptoms of anxiety and depression, drug and alcohol misuse, suicide risk and pathways to help.

What materials are provided?
All participants receive a Deadly Thinkpack.

This pack comprises: a Deadly Thinking logo bag; truckers cap; pens and pencils; Deadly Thinking one-day social and emotional well-being workbook and a certificate of participation.

This is a free event.

For more information contact: petaboorman@rrmh.com.au
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL BY 26 FEBRUARY

Morning tea, lunch and beverages are provided.






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