Instructor Profile | Mental Health First Aid
Tara McCulloch




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Location Information

Banksia Grove
Banksia Grove WA 6031

States Available In

  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Northern Territory
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
  • Western Australia


Tara McCulloch is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Heath First Aid Instructor who became accredited May 2017. Tara has been working with the Indigenous community for many years in a number of roles. Tara has been an Aboriginal Education Officer (AIEO), an Aboriginal School Based Attendance Officer (ASBAO), an Aboriginal Community Worker and currently an Aboriginal Resource Worker for Djinda Service, Relationships Australia. Tara is a Palyku Traditional Owner, as well as a Bunaba, Walmajetti and Nyoongar woman who's commitment to the Indigenous community and family provide the backbone to her strong work ethic.

Tara completed the AMHFA Edition 3 Upskill Workshop in Perth in December 2017. Tara is confident to facilitate AMHFA training professionally with the latest course information. Tara is available to deliver the nationally accredited AMHFA courses all over Australia and continues furthering her experience in the Mental Health sector.

To date, Tara has delivered eight (8) workshops in remote communities in Northern Territory, Western Australia and South Australia for ICG Australia and National Employment Services Association (NESA).

Contact Tara if you would like more information, advice, a quote, or if you require an Instructor to co-facilitate the AMHFA course.