Resource sheets for common wellbeing issues

Resource sheets for common wellbeing issues

Written by Angela Sheridan

WellMob has developed new ‘Resource Sheets for Workers’ to make it easier to find  digital, culturally appropriate, social and emotional wellbeing resources on the WellMob website.

These resource sheets provide short cuts to the top resources on WellMob and simplify the, at times overwhelming, choice by providing an interactive pdf list of wellbeing topic specific sheets.

Common wellbeing issues include depression, anxiety, sleep, cultural identity, drugs and smoking, alcohol, suicide prevention, sleep, parenting and understanding and healing from trauma. There is also a sheet for our mob identifying as LGBTQIA+ or gender diverse.

Two Resource Sheets are specifically designed for workers wanting to enhance their understanding of Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB), and the Impact of Colonisation.

Listen to our new podcast on  Mental Health Musings to hear how a non – Indigenous alcohol and other drugs clinician uses an understanding of SEWB and WellMob digital resources in her work.

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The resources include videos, written information, podcasts, apps and websites and are a great tool for building rapport with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients or to help explain health topics in a culturally sensitive way. Read our Blog for tips and benefits of using online resources in practice with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients .

We have created an overview pdf resource sheet with interactive links – this sheet can be used as a quick index to each of the resource sheets which can be saved on your device or desktop and used either online or if printed, the QR code can be scanned to access the online resources non the WellMob website.

Resource Sheets for Workers – Wellbeing Topic Sheets

Resource Sheets for Workers – Enhance Workforce Understanding Topic Sheets

Read our previous blog about how to use online resources found on the WellMob website to be more culturally responsive in your work and use the resources on the two topic sheets below to build this cultural capacity knowledge.