The Centre for Mental Health Learning (CMHL) is the central agency for public mental health workforce development in Victoria.

Our vision is to be the centrepiece for mental health learning in Victoria; leading and driving innovation that strengthens and sustains a flexible, curious, knowledgeable and recovery-focused workforce.

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08 Apr
Big Feels @ Work is a 5-part audio resource for mental health professionals dealing with their own 'big feelings'. The program is made by The Big...
08 Apr
The Centre for Psychiatric Nursing has put together a page of resources for Mental Health Nurses and people with Lived Experience. The page includes...
06 Apr
Advocacy is an important part of supported decision-making. Mental health advocates support patients under the Mental Health Act 2014 to make or...

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Integrated Trauma Recovery Service Model

Diversity | Trauma informed care | 2016

This document describes the specialist work done by the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture (VFST, known as Foundation House). It describes the integrated nature of their approach to working with and for survivors of torture and other traumatic events who come from refugee backgrounds.

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Mental Health Nursing in the time of COVID-19 - CPN Resource page

Workplace wellbeing & practice support |

The Centre for Psychiatric Nursing has put together a page of resources to support their community of Mental Health Nurses and people with Lived Experiences during these uncertain times in relation to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for the Victorian Health Sector

Workplace wellbeing & practice support |

The COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for the Victorian Health Sector sets out a four-stage response to COVID-19. The plan is flexible and proportionate to the current risk and will be updated as we learn more about the virus.

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Normal life has been disrupted - Managing the disruption caused by COVID-19

Workplace wellbeing & practice support |

This Occupational Therapy guide has been compiled by Lorrae Mynard, a Melbourne-based occupational therapist and published by Occupational Therapy Australia. This is general information intended to support people in managing the present pandemic-related occupational disruption.

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