The National Lived Experience (Peer) Workforce Development Guidelines are the result of extensive consultation and a co-production process to ensure that national standards for Lived Experience workforce development are grounded in the expertise of lived experience.Read more
Network MindOUT supports the professional development of the mental health and suicide prevention sectors to practice and implement strategies that support inclusive and accessible services to LGBTIQ+ people and communities.
The network supports members to stay informed about resources, activities, initiatives, professional development training and research that is pertinent to LGBTIQ+ mental health and suicide prevention through:
- regular newsletter updates
- facilitation of online webinars
- LGBTI sector updates.
Membership is open to all people working within the mental health and suicide prevention sectors who have an interest in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing among LGBTIQ+ people and communities.
In Australia, the Commonwealth Government uses the initials ‘LGBTI’ to refer collectively to people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and/or intersex, which are five distinct but sometimes overlapping groupings.Read more