For more than two decades, Mindframe has provided comprehensive national guidance, training and education on the safe reporting, portrayal and communication of suicide, mental health concerns, and alcohol and other drugs (AOD).
Mindframe aims to build collaborative relationships with the media, universities, primary health networks and the mental health and suicide prevention sector through training sessions and workshops.
Mindframe training sessions support the evidence-based Mindframe guidelines for safe reporting, portrayals and communication about suicide, mental health concerns and AOD.
Mindframe training supports the aims to:
- Reduce the stigma and discrimination experienced by people with mental health concerns.
- Minimise harm and further suicidal behaviour.
- Increase help-seeking behaviour and improve mental health and wellbeing.
Training is available to:
- Media outlets - print, broadcast and online
- Universities - Specialising in public relations and journalism studies
- Mental health and suicide prevention sector
- Police and courts professionals
- Stage and screen industry
- Lived experience
- Small community groups
- Government departments and agencies.
See links below for current Mindframe training options.
To arrange a training session or for more information about training options, please contact the Mindframe team.