Mental Health First Aid
Dianne Borella Consultancy has been delivering nationally accredited Mental Health First Aid Courses across the Northern Territory, Queensland, Adelaide, Broome and Hobart communities to various Indigenous and Non-Indigenous adults that may wish to attend as part of their work roles or any interested community members. All participants will learn the signs and symptoms of mental health issues, where and how to get help and what sort of help has been shown by research to be effective.
We deliver the following Mental Health First Aid Courses:
Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid (AMHFA)
Youth Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid (YAMHFA)
Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA)
Standard Mental Health First Aid (SMHFA)
Refresher Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid (RAMHFA)
Any person wishing to attend must be over the age of 18 years of age.
Dr Robbie Lloyd
Independent R&D Consultant in Community Wellbeing
“Having worked with Ms Dianne Borella for several years, in education, health and community development activities, I want to thoroughly commend her passion, understanding and enthusiasm for increasing cross-cultural awareness, and mutual respect among all cultures…”
Chief Executive Officer – Carpentaria Disability Services Inc.
Dianne is a well-known and respected figure in the AFL community…”
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We will find out which workshop is suitable for your situation and learn how I can help.
*All enrolments will need to complete a pre-registration form and select the preferred training/workshop required. Payments are required to secure your booking and enrollment.
Cross Cultural Training
Cross Cultural Awareness is understanding and knowing a variety of other cultures and being more aware of the many forms of cultures that exist in society. Cross Cultural Awareness Training supports in being more prepared to operate in a cross-cultural environment.
Community Capacity Building
Community Capacity Buildings means to empower and let the community take ownership and responsibility of the project or program. It means that you should know and have an understanding of the community.
Reconciliation Action Plans (RAP)
Everyone is responsible to ensure reconciliation. A Reconciliation Action Plan is a strategic plan that allows the organisation to improve relationships, show respect and increase opportunities.
1 Hour Face to Face mentoring sessions to discuss your goals and objectives. First mentoring session is Free.
Through running my own business, I have developed knowledge of business administration and development and can provide guidance and mentoring for the required organisation for your business.
Leadership & Governance
Leadership and Governance Workshops assist to educate on the skills required to get results through mentoring, coaching, empowering, and supporting others.