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Get on the Bowen 'Sole Train'

Get on the Bowen 'Sole Train'

21 June 2022

Consumers at the Bowen Mental Health Hub are learning valuable skills to help alleviate stress with the help of a new group program, Sole Train. The group program is designed for all skill levels and ...

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Meet the team: Ashleigh McCabe

Meet the team: Ashleigh McCabe

20 June 2022

Meet Ashleigh, our service delivery team leader based out of selectability’s Mount Isa Mental Health Hub. Recently celebrating five years with selectability, Ashleigh has taken advantage of prof...

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Well Man Life Promotion

Well Man Life Promotion

15 June 2022

The philosophy of 'life promotion' is to encourage men to take responsibility for their wellbeing habits from an early age. Your wellbeing habits can have affect on how you cope physically, menta...

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Meet the team: Grant Westthorp

Meet the team: Grant Westthorp

13 June 2022

It's Men's Health Week so the perfect time to introduce Grant Westthorp - selectability's Well Man coordinator!  Grant oversees the development and promotion of the 'Well Man' brand which now enc...

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Workplace wellbeing

Workplace wellbeing

8 June 2022

Did you know that mental illness is now one of the leading causes of unplanned leave in the workplace?  Research is showing us that mentally healthy employees are more productive during their wor...

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selectability acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we provide services and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge those with lived experience and those who support and partner with us to improve mental wellbeing and prevent suicide across regional Queensland.

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