Global Skills GSPlus service, in partnership with CatholicCare, is now offering face-to-face counselling sessions at Global Skills Gosford to support the mental health of our job seekers on the Central Coast.
Category: Mental Health Support
Last week a fourth group of Global Skills staff completed their Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Certificate with thanks to Mental Health First Aid Australia and Vigil Training College.
Global Skills maintains an inclusive and supportive environment for our job seekers, staff and employers and offers a range of resources and tools to support wellbeing and mental health in the workplace.
As more Global Skills staff obtain their Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Certificate, it creates an opportunity for us to expand on the many ways Global Skills promotes the mental wellbeing of our job seekers.
Global Skills is excited to announce our new partnership with CatholicCare to support young people’s mental health on the Central Coast.
Yesterday a group of Global Skills staff who work across a number of our teams obtained their Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Certificate with thanks to Mental Health First Aid Australia.
A mentally healthy workplace benefits every employee and every business, no matter the size or industry and is achievable for all organisations.
Our GSPlus telehealth service offers quick and free access to a range of qualified allied health professionals, including registered psychologists, via phone or video.
Our GSPlus telehealth service, in partnership with Uniting NSW/ACT, provides our job seekers with quick and free access to a range of qualified allied health professionals, including registered psychologists, via phone or video.
If you are feeling upset, anxious or frustrated by the current ‘lockdown’ of Greater Sydney, know that these feelings are normal, natural responses to situations infused with uncertainty. Also know that there are steps you can take to alleviate the impacts that uncertainty and isolation may have on your mental health.