Mental health programs
These programs are free to Monash students. Learn about common mental health issues, and how to support others that may be going through a difficult time.
For students only
This online program is highly interactive and developed specifically for students. It aims to provide strategies for self care and make you aware of common mental health issues. You'll also learn about support services and programs within Monash and the wider community.
Stress has become a common feature of modern life but we often spend little time working to understand what that means for us as individuals - and what we can change to ensure a healthy academic life. Some stress is inevitable and is sometimes good for us. This session focuses on ‘healthy stress’ and how to ensure general wellbeing during peak periods.
Academic success series
A suite of free online modules designed to improve our academic performance, employability and leadership skills. Each module takes one to two hours to complete. 'Staying Motivated' and 'Exambusters' face-to-face seminars are also available.
Student led initiatives
A student led leadership initiative aiming to promote mental health awareness, create open discussions and encourage help-seeking among other students.
For students and staff
Five hour course
This is a five hour face-to-face course that allows people who have previously completed the two-day Mental Health First Aid course to refresh their knowledge and skills and extend their accreditation for a further three years.
For anyone who wants to help prevent suicide and contribute to a safer community. The training runs for three and a half hours and aims to make you alert to the signs of suicide.
This is a two-day workshop to equip you with a range of skills and strategies to provide help to someone experiencing a mental health issue. The program is internationally recognised, and on successful completion of the training, you'll receive a certificate of accreditation for three years.
Designed to help you recognise distress in others as well as the support services available within the University and wider community.