WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
For anyone who is working with men or wants to work with men. The program recognises the challenges that men and boys face in today’s world of rapid change and provides a set of health promotion skills and strategies that are created with men in mind. No previous experience or knowledge is required - only a willingness to learn, explore and grow. The program combines evidence-based theory and practice with a focus on developing individual awareness and interpersonal and group skills. The program is based in a social determinants of health model and is inclusive of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers’ health and wellbeing needs. The training identifies potential barriers in our health and welfare systems and offers solutions to overcome these barriers in a range of settings.
WHAT AREAS ARE COVERED?
Background to key mental wellbeing issues including suicide prevention
Understanding how men differ in their approach to mental health wellbeing
The effects of COVID on men’s mental wellbeing
Strategies for working with men from a strengths-based perspective
A model for working with men to support effective mental wellbeing
How to build programs and resources that are made with men in mind
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Greg Millan is one of Australia’s leading experts on men’s health and wellbeing with over 40 years’ experience in the men’s health promotion area. Greg is a social work trained health educator, a Certified Workplace Trainer and an Affiliated Member of the Australian Association of Buddhist Counsellors and Psychotherapists. He has worked in Government, non-government organisations and the private sector.
$130 for either workshop Training Program, which are delivered online.
Resources sent to you including a copy of the Men’s Healthy Ageing Guide and Men’s health and wellbeing: an a – z guide.
To register please email Greg at [email protected] with your name, organisation/service details and contact phone number. Feel free to contact me for any further information on these workshops. Greg Millan, Men’s Health Promotion Consultant Men's Health SERVICES 0417 772 390 [email protected]