GoodYarn - Workshops

GoodYarn - Workshops

Published on Sunday, July 01, 2018

This award-winning workshop is designed for rural professionals and people living in rural communities and focuses on how to manage stress and mental health in the rural environment.  It aims to teach participants how to recognise early signs and symptoms of mental health problems, how to talk to someone when they’re concerned, and how to guide a person to appropriate support.

Please contact Southland Rural Support Trust (0800 787 254 ) if you have any questions, would like to RSVP, or you would like a workshop run in your workplace or local area.

Upcoming Workshops

None scheduled at present - please contact SRST as above to arrange one

 

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