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Posted: 11 June 2019

Winnie & being a human

Winnie wears many hats; clinician, facilitator & above all human. We sat & had a chat with her about her perspective on the ripple effect, focus on the family & what it is like to facilitate a discovery college course. dc: If you could describe dc in one sentence, what would you say? Winnie: That

Posted: 6 June 2019

Lindy & the value of laughter

As a parent, Lindy has ridden the waves of mental health with her family, so we sat & had a chat with her about animals, the ripple effect & the importance of humour. dc:        If you could describe dc in one sentence, what would you say? Lindy:   Oooo, revelation-ary! dc:        (laughs) That is such a

Posted: 4 June 2019

What is coproduction? Yes – such a great question!

Recently, we jumped into a coproduction space around understanding anxiety. Lots of different perspectives in a room? Sounds a little anxiety inducing to me. Actually, it was an awesome space! Take that, anxiety! So, what is coproduction? Well, coproduction is a foundation of all the work that we do at discovery college. We coproduce our

Posted: 3 June 2019

Arna & the recovery college connection

Arna has many different tools in her recovery bag, particularly a passion for community education & the value of recovery colleges. We were lucky that she visited us in Melbourne & so we sat & had a chat about all things recovery college.   dc:       So, Arna, how did you come to be in the

Posted: 16 October 2018

Self-care by Lucy Mahony

It’s only been recently that I’ve realised the importance in making time to look after ourselves.  I’m someone that often finds myself feeling like I’m floating towards Jupiter so staying grounded and sane for me is important.     These are some small gestures I like to do for myself, particularly when I’m not feeling my best.

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