Working with Warriors® Podcast

Jul 01 2020 14 mins 1

The Working with Warriors® Podcast is a series of conversations about men's wellbeing and health, whilst encouraging and empowering men and community to take responsibility for improving our lives. The team at The Regional Men's Health Initiative is hosting, participating and producing the podcasts. For more information visit our website at www.regionalmenshealth.com.au.





#5 Talk to a Mate® – Guest Ross Ditchburn
Jul 01 2020 19 mins  
With our guest we talk through how our three categories of mates, mentor, peer and/or partner have impacted us, influenced us and why they are important to us through our journey in life.


#4 Talk to a Mate® – COVID-19
Jun 15 2020 13 mins  
Recognising impacts and solutions to maintaining mateship through challenging times. We are all challenged when our personal autonomy and/or social connection is put at risk. These challenges often come when faced with something we have the least control over. Remember … before it all gets too much… Talk to a Mate!!® or talk it over 1300 789 978 Mensline Australia.


#3 Talk to a Mate® – Part 2
Jun 15 2020 14 mins  
Talks about connection through relationships, communication being important parts of mateship and the role of primary care and community. Accepting differences in communication, along with placing importance on our sense of connection and belonging is important to us as men and improves our overall wellbeing. Remember … before it all gets too much… Talk to a Mate!!® or talk it over 1300 789 978 Mensline Australia.



#2 Talk to a Mate® – Part 1
Jun 15 2020 13 mins  
Looks at who our real mates are and why it is important to us. It is a myth that blokes won’t talk, we just need the right environment and a safe place. Remember … before it all gets too much… Talk to a Mate!!® or talk it over 1300 789 978 Mensline Australia.


#1 Our model and the importance of how we engage with blokes
Jun 12 2020 12 mins  
An introduction to our unique community education model that aims to empower men and communities to take responsibility for their wellbeing and health in regional, rural, and remote Western Australia. Our contact with men involves empathy, passion, appropriate use of humour, and going where the blokes are.


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