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The Not for Profit Sector Doesn’t Give You Purpose

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 25th June 2014 -    The Not for Profit sector does not have a monopoly on finding purpose or meaning in a person’s work life, writes Michael Garnett from by Inspire Foundation

Mental Health System Needs Urgent Rethink

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 11th March 2014 -  Australia urgently needs to evolve the way the mental health system is structured to be more efficient and avoid becoming economically unsustainable, a new report claims. A report…

Youth Reach Out for Mental Health Help Online

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 16th May 2013 -  Young people in distress are more likely to look for mental health help online rather than seek help from a professional, a study has found. A national survey conducted by youth mental…

NFP App For Mindful Meditation

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 9th October 2012 -  A new Australian Not for Profit has developed a website and App to help increase resilience in young people by using meditation. With cases of mental illness, depression and stress-related…

The Economic Cost of Young Men’s Mental Illness – Report

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 30th May 2012 -  Young men’s mental illness in Australia is costing the economy more than $3 billion each year in lost productivity, according to a report from the Inspire Foundation and Ernst

Technology on the Table at the FRSA Conference

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 22nd November 2011 -  The Family Relationship Services Australia National Conference, held last week on the Gold Coast, focused on supporting Australian families and responding to their changing needs,…
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