This Westlink broadcast is something a little different - ‘Shimmy & Shake’, a very popular talk exploring creative ways to stay active using the ancient art of belly dancing. Join Tanja Luck, Health and Wellbeing Officer at Womens Health & Family Services, as she shows us how to use belly dancing to get into shape.
Westlink 2015 Broadcast Series
Rural in Reach Westlink 2015 - Episode 1: Family and Domestic Violence
This Westlink broadcast will discuss Family and Domestic Violence (FDV), the different types of FDV, how to identify when your are in an unhealthy relationship and support options.
Rural in Reach Westlink 2015 - Episode 2: Understanding and Responding to Eating Disorders
This episode will discuss the presenting characteristics of the three main eating disorders: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. It will also discuss warning signs as well as the importance of early intervention. Presented by Sarah Broadhead (Rural in Reach Program), Jemma Caswell (Body Esteem Program Coordinator) and Kathleen Chinn (Body Esteem Program Service Development Coordinator).
Rural in Reach Westlink 2015 - Episode 4 Understanding and Responding to Trauma
According to Mental Health First Aid Australia (2015), trauma can be defined as an overwhelming emotional experience to a situation. What is traumatic is unique to the individual person - what is perceived as traumatic for one person may not be for another. Rural in Reach has invited other WHFS staff to be part of a panel discussion to discuss this complex and challenging experience. The broadcast will explore the definition, the impact upon children, adolescents and adults as well as ways of supporting people who have experienced trauma.
Panel: The Rural in Reach Team & other WHFS service areas
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