Courses for January-June 2023 are now available on our website.

Members can book immediately. Non-members from midday September 30.

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.

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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.