Richmond Wellbeing provides a range of courses, training and events to assist you in your professional or personal development.

We offer a number of community and cultural events within supportive and inclusive environments. Grab your family and friends and join us at one of our events today.

We provide specialist, evidence-based training in Recovery-oriented approaches and practice, with a particular focus on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). We create open learning spaces where discussion and questions are welcome, and participants can explore stories and practical applications.

In addition, we provide corporate training courses that have been co-developed in consultation with contemporary workplaces across a broad range of industries. Our courses are designed to enhance skill, knowledge and attitude in individuals experiencing mental distress, their families, friends, workers and network of supporters.

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Courses and Events

  • Makuru Film Festival – OPENING NIGHT

    Saturday, 6:00 pm

    To celebrate and recognise Reconciliation Week, the City is hosting a free film festival over three (3) evenings. The theme for #NRW2017 is ‘Let’s Take the Next Steps’. Saturday 27 May 2017: Opening Night – Bran Nue Dae Monday 29 May 2017: Coolbaroo Club Wednesday 31 May 2017: Mabo Free popcorn and drinks at each… Continue Reading Makuru Film Festival – OPENING NIGHT

  • Makuru Film Festival – Coolbaroo Club

    Monday, 6:00 pm

    To celebrate and recognise Reconciliation Week, the City is hosting a free film festival over three (3) evenings. The theme for #NRW2017 is ‘Let’s Take the Next Steps’. Saturday 27 May 2017: Opening Night – Bran Nue Dae Monday 29 May 2017: Coolbaroo Club Wednesday 31 May 2017: Mabo Free popcorn and drinks at each… Continue Reading Makuru Film Festival – Coolbaroo Club

  • Hearing Voices Peer Support Group – Info Session

    Thursday, 2:00 pm

      All are wellcome to join the Hearing Voices Network WA t(HVNWA) for an information session on the first Hearing Voices Peer Support Group for family, friends, and carers of people who hear voices. HVNWA is a program of Richmond Wellbeing, not-for-profit leader in mental health support services. HVNWA strives to enable acceptance and recovery… Continue Reading Hearing Voices Peer Support Group – Info Session

  • Multicultural Mental Health Forum: Building Bridges, Opening Doors

    Friday, 8:30 am

    Featuring Australia’s Race Discrimination Commissioner Dr Tim Soutphommasane. Date: Friday 7 July 2017 Time: 8.30am – 1.00pm Venue: Bendat Community Centre, Wembley Tickets: Click here to purchase Multicultural Forum tickets now or book as part of your full WA Mental Health Conference registration. Price: $45 standard / $15 concession / FREE for Healthcare Card holders. About the Forum… Continue Reading Multicultural Mental Health Forum: Building Bridges, Opening Doors

  • Hearing Voices Approach – Info Session

    Thursday, 2:00 pm

    Helping people make sense of voices, visions and other unusual perceptions When we talk about voices, visions and other sensory experiences, we are talking about people hearing, seeing and sensing things that other people around the do not. Join the Hearing Voices Network of WA (HVNWA) for an information session on the Hearing Voices approach.… Continue Reading Hearing Voices Approach – Info Session

  • Hearing Voices Approach – Info Session

    Thursday, 2:00 pm

    Helping people make sense of voices, visions and other unusual perceptions When we talk about voices, visions and other sensory experiences, we are talking about people hearing, seeing and sensing things that other people around the do not. Join the Hearing Voices Network of WA (HVNWA) for an information session on the Hearing Voices approach.… Continue Reading Hearing Voices Approach – Info Session

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