Creating a healthier, better connected Gippsland.

Using Social and Emotional Wellbeing Tools with First Nations Peoples – Webinar (Black Dog Institute)

Exploring using the Social and Emotional Wellbeing framework in practice and new WellMob resources.

Panel includes:

David Edwards is a Worimi man who has raised his family in Lismore, Widjabul Wyabul country. David has worked in environmental and health sciences and Indigenous health promotion roles, including on #SMS4DeadlyDads for the University of Newcastle and Core of Life youth education program for Youth & Family Education Resources P/L.

Angela Sheridan is a Wiradjuri woman who has grown up in Lismore, Widjabul Wyabul country. Angela is a grass roots community member, and her lived experience has led her to find her passion working in the Indigenous social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) space.

Mim Weber grew up on Kaurna country in Adelaide, working in Education and health before having a 6-year adventure based on Ngarluma and Kariyarra country, working across the PilbaraWestern Australia. She came to Bundjalung country in 1994 working across the Northern Rivers in child and family health, eating disorders and mental health.