A new way to think about mental health.

The re:connection project aims to open up the conversation around mental health, by giving girls and women the confidence, knowledge, skills and support to do something meaningful about it.

Stress? No stress! We’ve re-imagined how to manage it. Here’s a taste:
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“Every moment of our workshops
felt personal and considered.”

“Our world-ready women are more
empowered than ever.”

“Mental Health Week 2019 was a
huge success thanks to Rachel.”

“Every moment of our workshops
felt personal and considered.”

“Our world-ready women are more
empowered than ever.”

“Mental Health Week 2019 was a
huge success thanks to Rachel.”

Mental health not a priority?
How mental. We can help you change that.

What should be seen as an essential piece of the good-health-puzzle, has been slapped with a big red ‘do not enter’ sticker. Just as physical health comes from a number of different sources (exercise, diet, sleep etc), so too does mental health.

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As is the case with physical health, mental health also exists on a sliding scale. It is not a binary system, with one hand pointing to mentally well and the other at mentally unwell. There’s a whole heap of grey in the middle where the vast majority of people exist, most of the time.

To achieve ‘good’ mental health, there are two things required – awareness and practice. That’s where we come in. At the re:connection project, we are committed to not only shining a light on the very many contributors to good mental health, but also to give you the tools and skills to achieve it.

Meet our founder

Engaging workshops that bring together the fundamental skills needed to lead, connect, and thrive.

Mental health, but with a twist. Re:connection project programs take a wide view of what it means to have good mental health by addressing topics such as stress, emotional literacy, and empathy.

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Teacher and/or Parent Workshops

Teachers, Academic Leads & Parents
Group setting
90 mins to half day

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School Workshops

Years 10-12 (Senior Students)
Group setting
90 mins to half day

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Business Workshops

Female Empowering Workforces
Corporate group setting
90 mins to half day

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Keynote Speaking

Digital and in-person appearances
Community, educational and corporate events

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Podcast Guest

Digital and in-person appearances
Co-hosting, conversational, interviews, panel discussions, storytelling

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Writing

Content strategy, creation & communication
Articles, community engagement publications, research/academic pieces,
interviews

Building our community, one forward-thinking partnership at a time

We are passionate about partnering with educational institutions and women-centric organisations to build a community of empowered women.

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By collaborating with people and organisations with shared values, we can facilitate a positive environment for women to thrive personally, professionally, and socially.

Guest appearances The Human Experience Podcast Beaute Industry Podcast

Our approach to sustainable mental wellbeing is underpinned by three critical values.

1Authenticity

The vulnerability and courage it takes to be your truest self.

2Community

The result of making meaningful connections with others.

3Empathy

The ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

1Authenticity

The vulnerability and courage it takes to be your truest self.

2Community

The result of making meaningful connections with others.

3Empathy

The ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes.

Digestible data and diversity-driven.

We use the latest research, combined with the lived experiences of our facilitators and participants, to create workshops that centre on the skills and knowledge that make up the larger picture of mental health.

  • Positive Psychology Martin Seligman
  • Emotional Literacy Marc Brackett
  • Empathy & Vulnerability Brene Brown
  • Connection Vivek Murthy, John Cacioppo
  • Stress Kelly McGonigal, Alia Crum
  • Grit Angela Duckworth

Meet our Founder,
Rachel Evans.

After a decade working in the allied health industry, our Founder knows exactly what happens when chronic stress goes unmanaged – and it’s not pretty.

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Using her knowledge and expertise in human physiology and psychology, she’s creating a community that is having better conversations around female mental health.

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Does it sound like we can work together?
Want to share your own experience? Or, itching to know how you can join the project? Reach out for a chat with us.

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We look forward to hearing from you.

For more information about our workshops or to share your interest in partnering with us, please reach out via the form below.

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Re:
Stress Course
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Stress? No stress!
We’ve re-imagined how to manage it..

Consuming, overwhelming, and chronic stress – yeah, we’ve met. But did you know that there’s more to the story than that? This freebie gives you the evidence-based knowledge and skills to not only manage your stress, but make it work to your advantage.

Sound crazy? We’re only just getting started.

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In the spirit of reconciliation the re:connection project acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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