The impact of Covid 19 on the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB community
This webinar discusses the findings from Black Rainbow's research highlighting the mental health and social and emotional well-being needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB people, including types of support that practitioners can provide.
- Discuss findings from Black Rainbow's research on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB people and the Covid 19 pandemic.
- Identify how the findings from Black Rainbow's research highlights the mental health and social and emotional well-being needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB people, including types of support that practitioners can provide.
- Identify how to improve service access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB people.
- Outline the importance of a person-centred approach when providing care and support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQA+SB people.
- Dameyon Bonson (NT - Founder, Black Rainbow)(He/Him)
And facilitator Professor Damien Riggs (SA - Psychotherapist)(He/Him)
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