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Jules Haddock An accomplished conversationalist in mental health education, Jules has an engaging and creative approach in helping communities understand mental illness and how to manage the invisible blocks and walls often confronted, in life expeditions. She takes the myths and fictitious beliefs about mental illness, and weaves participants into developing safe and confident based approaches that can be used in supporting and maximizing confidence in “the space” for all involved. With gaiety and passion, she introduces us into an awareness of mental health literacy, recovery, and the importance of embracing strength based and person-centred journeys in understanding the recovery model.
• Principal Master Mental Health Instructor • President of Not-for-Profit Charity Art of the Minds • Practicing Author and Artist. • Facilitator of the Mental Health Industry Advisory Network
Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Art, and a Diploma of Vocational Training and Assessment, she enjoys sharing a creative and interactive delivery with participants, and holds a sound reputation as a vibrant and humorous presenter often sought for conference presentations.
As owner of "The Anxious Bird" , Jules delivers education programs to primary and secondary teachers, parents, VET sector teachers, including both workshops and conference presentations, inclusive of Keynote addresses.
2020 Semi Finalist in the Regional Achievement and Community Awards Community Hero Award.
Jules As President of Art of The Minds INC, a not-for-profit charity, leads a versed team that offer creative community-based programs celebrating national mental health in October of each year. Their focus on support and recovery, is encouraging the use of the arts and education, as a vehicle for the management and education of mental illness for all ages.
Jules has a particular passion for the acknowledgement of mental health awareness and support with people with a disability and other complex issues, where mental health well-being is often overlooked. (Having a son on the autistic spectrum, she also appreciates the dual disability component and complexities of diagnosis)
Jules continues to offer support in the alcohol and drug sector programs, where she has a strong association with Foundation 61, in supporting the wellbeing model of recovery in group programs and presentations. MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL ! Most importantly is that Jules is a person with lived experience who has authored her own reflections of recovery in her book “Finding Faith in Mental illness”. Her passion for delivering through the Mental Health First Aid course is far too large to put into words. Jules can only strongly encourage you to book in and complete this certificate as the community needs your help in supporting the mental wellbeing of each other.