CRANAplus Bush Support Service Psychologists are visiting as many areas as possible to promote best-practices in managing stress and having difficult conversations with distressed patients and clients in May. This service is to assist communities in coping with the social and emotional impact of the severe drought in NSW.
Health, and other community workers, as the cornerstone of community support, are experiencing an increased demand in complex workload. It is important that the mental health of these workers be a focus of intervention.
CRANAplus Bush Support Services, as the only national psychological service providing support to rural and remote health workers and their families, is in a unique position to raise awareness in drought-affected areas of the importance of self-care.
Workshops will run for approximately two hours and include refreshments.
Upcoming locations include:
ORANGE on Mon 6 May @9.00am (Centre for Rural & Remote Health, Bloomfield Campus, Forest Rd)
ORANGE on Mon 6 May @2pm (Charles Sturt University, Building 1006, Room 206, Dpt Health, Leeds Pde)
BATHURST on Thur 8 May @12.30pm (Bathurst Hospital Heritage Building, Conference Room 1, Horwick Street)
To RSVP or if you have any questions, please contact email@example.com
More information about CRANAplus Bush Support Services can be found at https://crana.org.au/workforce-support/bush-support-services/