Lifeline Canberra is the original creator of the Accidental Counsellor course. This two-day program has been developed for people in virtually any role, who find themselves in situations where counselling or empathetic communication is required.
This course provides participants with fundamental skills to deal with people who are displaying difficult behaviour. This intensive course equips people with the skills needed to de-escalate difficult situations as they arise, and most importantly, the value of boundary setting and self-care.
Mental Health Wellbeing & Resilience
This two day course teaches adults how to assist other adults who are experiencing a mental health crisis or developing a mental health problem.
The Working Mind Leadership course, where in addition to the topics covered in the employee course, leaders acquire tools and skills specific to: Workplace accommodations and return to work; The role of leadership in promoting positive mental health in employees; Ad hoc incident reviews; and Early recognition.
Primary (4 hour course), where participants are provided with valuable information, skills, tools and resources specific to: Stigma and barriers to care; Healthy coping strategies; Mental toughness; and The Mental Health Continuum Model, a self-assessment tool with indicators of positive, poor, and declining mental health.
Suicide Awareness & Intervention
Would you know what to do if someone talked to you about having thoughts of suicide? Lifeline Canberra offers a two-day program designed for people in the community who want to feel more comfortable, confident and competent in helping people at risk of suicide. ASIST is a highly interactive, practical, practice-oriented workshop.
DV Alert is a course for professionals working in a related field to provide them with the tools to assist those in domestic violence situations.
The 2 hour DV-aware is a one-day awareness session that is available to the public or organisations, providing an in-depth awareness session around the issue of domestic and family violence