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Webinars & Events

Case Study: Mindarma at NSW Ambulance, Australia.

This presentation by Dr Sadhbh Joyce and Zoe Wooldridge at the 2023 Frontline Mental Health Conference provides an overview of the implementation of Mindarma at NSW Ambulance Australia to support and protect the mental health of paramedics and non-operational employees.  

Case Study: Mindarma at Ambulance Victoria, Australia. 


Dr Sadhbh Joyce and Sophie Barrett present at the 2022 Frontline Mental Health Conference an on the development and  implementation of Mindarma at Ambulance Victoria as a  proactive approach to protecting the long-term mental health of employees across the workforce. 

This 35 min webinar provides an overview of the research and benefits of our online evidence-based program Mindarma. Dr Sadhbh Joyce and Leighton Hellem-Williams (Black Dog Institute) discuss the skills and strategies taught in the program. They also share practical insights into how organisations can easily implement Mindarma to proactively support employee wellbeing and build adaptive resilience across their workforce.

In this 60 minute webinar Dr Sadhbh (Sive) Joyce (Senior Psychologist, Mindarma/UNSW), Dr Mark Deady (Research Fellow and Lead, Black Dog Institute) and Principal Psychologist Ruth Marshall (Youth Justice, NSW) share practical research insights and tips on creating a Workplace Mental Health Strategy. They also answer questions submitted by organisations across the country. Moderated by Tasman Cassim from The Black Dog Institute, Australia. 

In this 60 minute panel discussion

Dr Sadhbh Joyce, Dr Kris Kafer and Dean Yates discuss practical tips and resources to help manage stress and enhance personal resilience, and what actions managers and leaders can take to support employee mental health.

In this webinar, Dr Sadhbh Joyce, Brendan Mott (Manager Health Promotion, FRNSW) and Traci Carse (Occupational Psychologist, FRNSW) share the research behind 

Mindarma (previously RAW Mind Coach) and how it was initially developed and evaluated via a world first research project in collaboration with the Black Dog Institute, Fire and Rescue NSW and UNSW Medicine.


This webinar is part of the 2020 Stewart & Heaton Webinar series for Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council (AFAC). It highlights how our online evidence-based program has been implemented at FRNSW. The program has since been adopted by various emergency services across Australia as part of their broader workplace mental health strategy.

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