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    Music Worker Wellbeing Check In

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    Musicians, composers, producers, crew and sole traders, you’re invited to join us for a free and online Wellbeing Check-In session on Monday 15th July from 10am-11:30am (AEST).

    If you’re experiencing elevated levels of stress and anxiety, and find it difficult to manage your own wellbeing alongside the demands of your work, come along to learn more about how you can support yourself and others during those difficult times. 

    This Wellbeing Check-In is designed to acknowledge the unique challenges of working in music on mental health. We’ll share practical strategies to practise self-care, bolster resilience and offer tips around giving and receiving support when needed.

    What to expect from a session: 

    • Understand mental health using the spectrum of wellbeing
    • Learn more about the unique challenges facing those working in music
    • Identify ways that you can take better care of yourself in the areas of physical health, growth and mastery, connection and community, meaning and purpose
    • Recognise signs that someone might be struggling with mental health issues 
    • Learn how to listen and kick off important mental health conversations 
    • Understand what supports and resources are available for music workers

    What people have said about our Wellbeing Check-In:

    “I developed an appreciation for all the little things I do on my weekends and evenings that make me happy and why these are so important for my overall mental health, such as cooking for others, caring and talking to friends and family, gardening, crosswords, learning to master new skills, walking and talking etc :)”

    “Felt energised and that I knew what to do to look after myself”

    “Simple, everyday ways to improve and sustain a healthy lifestyle :)”

    “The session was ran in such a professional, open environment where people felt comfortable to talk about their own experiences. Support Act definitely do amazing things for the music industry!”

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