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Keep up to date with Monash's mental health and wellbeing resources with our Mental Health Resources.
This page lists all the programs and services available for you to learn what mental health is and how you can best support mental wellness within yourself and the Monash community.
Mental health is a priority at Monash. Tap into the wealth of Monash resources to help promote and sustain your wellbeing.
MyDevelopment gives you access to all Monash University learning resources on understanding mental health.
A workshop to equip you with skills to help someone you are concerned about until they can access professional help.
The SafeTALK training program is available to anyone at Monash who wants to help prevent suicide and contribute to a safer community.
This department champions an equal, respectful workplace and provides advocacy for staff who have experienced discrimination.
Monash offers free programs to provide mental health education, improve resource awareness and training for the Monash community so that we can best support each other.
A non-Monash affiliated, free and confidential counselling service.
A free and confidential counselling service provided by qualified psychologists at Monash.
A free, external and confidential phone service available to support all supervisors and managers.
Programs are available to provide support for LGBTIQA+ staff and
foster an inclusive workplace.
Ambassadors are trained to promote and advocate for mental wellness within the Monash community.
The Turner Clinics aim to make leading-edge resources and interventions accessible to those who need them most.
Medical, dental and counselling services are available at all Monash campuses.
Providing you with workplace resources and adjustments if you have a condition or life circumstance that impacts your work.
A hub for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research, learning and engagement to promote Indigenous leadership and advancement.
SWAP provides opportunities for staff to participate in a range of wellbeing activities.
A free games and activities room including billiards, air hockey and foosball at the Clayton campus.
Available through MyDevelopment, you can access video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills.
Learn more about all the resources and opportunities available for RU OK? Day at Monash.
Check out the range of video resources available at the Monash Mindfulness YouTube page.
The Mateship Manual is a resource available through RU OK? and targets support information for coping with natural disasters and emergencies.