Mental Health Workshops and Training

Integrate Therapy provides a range of workshops and training sessions, focused on providing  participants with the skills and knowledge to support people with mental health issues.

We offer workshops that are open to the general public as well as private sessions, tailored to individual workplaces. See below for more information.

What is Mental Health First Aid?

Mental Health First Aid is the same as Physical First Aid – it is the “First” response a person can give to someone who is experiencing a mental health episode or crisis, until appropriate professional help can be arranged, or the crisis resolves.

All courses below are accredited by Mental Health First Aid Australia and provide participants with formal accreditation valid for 3 years, just like a Senior First Aid certificate. The courses below are based on international guidelines developed through expert consensus of people with lived experience of mental health problems along with mental health professionals.

All our training and workshops are held in our West Perth office, or can be done on site at your organization. Courses do have a minimum participant requirement to meet Mental Health First Aid Australia’s guidelines. For workplaces or larger groups, a group price and program can be tailored to your individual needs.


Our Consulting and Training integrates the R.E.S.C.U. acronym below.

  • REDUCE STIGMA associated with mental health illness and increase support
  • EARLY INTERVENTION recognise warning signs and potential triggers of mental health problems
  • SKILL PROVISION provide necessary skills to speak to someone about their mental health, provide support for appropriate referral and strategies for working with someone impacted by mental health
  • CRISIS MANAGEMENT managing a mental health crisis in a team/workplace
  • UNDERSTAND the illness or disorder and how it impacts the individual and others

Why Integrate Therapy and Consulting Training?

Workshops demystifying mental illness, breaking down barriers of misunderstanding and normalising mental illness as just that – an illness – can improve;

  • collegiality, 
  • productivity and goal attainment
  • role clarity,
  • improved collaboration, working relationships, and staff morale

It is also a sustainable and cost effective way to support staff, provide inclusivity while promoting a healthy mindset and understanding towards mental illness.