Courses for January-June 2023 are now available on our website.
Members can book immediately. Non-members from midday September 30.
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The CRANAplus Podcast providing support to the rural, remote and isolated workforce.
This podcast provides mental health and wellbeing support to the rural and remote workforce. Every episode, an experienced psychologist or mental health professional joins host Drew Radford to deep dive into a new topic, sharing coping strategies and wellbeing advice to help you manage the challenges faced at work and at home. CRANAcast is designed for you to listen to on the plane, in the car between clinics, or during your downtime. Download it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcast app so you can tune in even when you’re out of range.
The origins of workplace conflict may often be traced back to the simplest of misunderstandings. Working in smaller teams may amplify the experience of facing these inevitable conflicts. In our first episode of CRANAcast: Supporting your Wellbeing, host Drew Radford is joined by Dr Nicole Jeffery-Dawes, Senior Psychologist with the CRANAplus Bush Support Line, to address three common types of workplace misunderstandings: those based on relationships, values and interests. Nicole explains the differences between each type, discusses the role of self-reflection and honest conversations, and provides actionable ways to prevent and manage a workplace conflict.
For additional information access CRANAplus’ Wellbeing for the Bush: Workplace Conflict tip sheet.
CRANAplus acknowledges the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land, waters and sky, and respects their enduring spiritual connection to Country. We acknowledge the sorrow of the past and our hope and belief that we can move to a place of equity, partnership and justice together. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging, and pay our respects to the cultural authority of First Peoples.