Many of our colleagues benefit from access to a safe place where they can be heard and access general counselling, support and advice while they move through an event or experience which, if left unaddressed, could threaten to unsettle them.
Some of the more common events or experiences we see are related to a Workcover or disciplinary experience, managing a complex work environment or navigating difficult family relationships.
Developing opportunities for sharing experiences, debriefing and peer support have been identified as positive and successful ways of assisting those experiencing challenges that impact their work or personal life.
The NMHPV provides sensitive and compassionate screening, assessment, referrals, individual support sessions and groups for those seeking help to manage these challenges. We believe that early intervention is the best way to address concerns and challenges and encourage our colleagues to contact us to discuss how we can best help.
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Phone: 03 9415 7551
Each year the Nursing and Midwifery Health Program Victoria (NMHPV) supports nurses, midwives and students who present with general problems, worries and concerns associated with a work or life event that wouldn’t necessarily be considered a mental health concern. Common presentations are linked with interpersonal conflict, navigating occupational or disciplinary processes and managing other general challenges.
General Support and Counselling