Monthly Archives: September 2014

Program provides pathway to employment on the coast

United Synergies is running a program to increase accessibility to employment opportunities for young people across the Sunshine Coast region. The Connect2Employment Community Learning program has been designed to assist people to gain employment or re-engage with ongoing education, with support to address personal barriers which may be preventing them from securing and keeping a

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Professor Helen Herrman elected as president of the World Psychiatric Association in Madrid

Last night at the World Psychiatric Congress in Madrid Professor Helen Herrman, Director of Research at Orygen Youth Health Research Centre and also Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne was elected by a large majority to the Presidency of the World Psychiatric Association. She is the first Australian to be elected to this

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headspace Toowoomba to provide one-stop shop for Darling Downs young people

Darling Downs young people going through a tough time will soon be able to access mental and general health services, alcohol and drug support and vocational services all under the one roof. The set-up of a headspace centre in Toowoomba is officially underway after the announcement that a consortium of organisations, under lead agency United

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AGM 2014

Headspace Toowoomba Independent Chair and Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern Queensland Lorelle Burton will be the guest speaker at the United Synergies Annual General Meeting, to be held on Monday, November 17. Lorelle will provide an update on the headspace site development, but also initiate an interesting discussion based on her own

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