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'Joint Winner - Service Provider of the Year' SISA Awards 2015

We are a mature and busy organisation with multiple service arms, employing a range of health professionals including a psychologist, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, return to work consultants and counsellors.  We offer a number of specialised programs and training including:


Mental Health First Aid Training

  • Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the initial assistance given to an individual with a mental health problem before medical treatment can be obtained.  The first aid is given until appropriate professional treatment is received or until the crisis resolves.
  • Workforce Wellbeing and Resilience Training provides participants with a set of resources and teaches skill that promote effective problem solving, adaptability, positive coping, self-regulation and social support.

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Better Choices, Better Health® Workshop (Chronic Condition Self-Management)

Restoring an individual to a quality of life that is meaningful and long lasting, focusing on self-management to take control and put the individual first.  Delivered in a group setting over six weeks, participants attend for two and a half hours, once a week.

Facilitated by two Stanford University trained leaders, both with long-term health conditions, the program is based on the worldwide and respected Stanford University Self-Management Program (Better Choices, Better Health® Workshop) and is also supported by Flinders University.

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Adjusting to Change

Change, whether positive or negative, requires adjustment.  For many people this adjustment process can be overwhelming.  Using Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT), Adjusting to Change is targeted at assessing the impact of a situation on an individual's life, dealing with and accepting any feelings of grief or loss (such as loss of job or life roles) and the development of psychological resilience.

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Freedom to Move Pain Education

Freedom to Move is nb&a's unique pain education program.  It draws on the internationally recognised principles of Explain Pain (Butler and Moseley, 2003) and demystifies the pain experience through contemporary education principles about the biology of pain.  This program is provided one on one over a series of sessions and aims to greater educate the individual about their pain experience and how to better manage pain.

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If you would like further information about nb&a group or any of our programs, please contact us on 08 8352 6344 or email admin@nbassociates.com.au