We take care to customise a solution that works for you. While every situation is different, we’ve made it easier by grouping services across four areas.
we maximise health – we restore function – we get people going again
Get On The Front Foot!
Need simple, easy-to-follow steps to influence outcomes?
This book provides practical steps on how to build rapport, listen effectively, ask the right questions and more - with immediate results. Read more here including a clip from Professor ir Mansel Aylward talking about the book, a testimonial and, importantly, see how to get your copy.
Be amazed by what comes from being on the front foot!
Know what to do in a mental health crisis?
Mental Health First Aid will ensure you do.
This two-day training teaches you how to give first aid to an individual who is experiencing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. It is the initial assistance before medical treatment can be obtained. Learn how to help someone today - their life could depend on it!
Also available: Mental Health First Aid Refresher
Click here for more information.
How do you and your organisation manage mental health first aid? Are you aware of resilience training and the benefits? Do you require manual handling or ergonomic training?
We offer training options and support employers to build happy, healthy workplaces. Training can be customised to your needs.
More about training.
Member of CDAA
nb&a is pleased to be a member of Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA), a vibrant and diverse national community whose members are recognised for high standards in career development practice, engagement in continuous learning and their authoritative understanding of the changing world of work.
A continued passion for mental health has seen Natalie Bottroff become a Principal Master Instructor in Mental Health First Aid, an award-winning course and one which is included in SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidenced-based Programs.
Natalie is now also accredited to deliver Youth Mental Health First Aid, aimed at those working with youth in clubs and schools to provide them with the knowledge and skills to recognise and assist a young person who may be experiencing a mental health crisis.
The first course was delivered to Goodwood Saints Football Club recently.
Also now available—Blended MHFA, an online (eLearning) course followed by a half day of face-to-face learning.
More about Mental Health First Aid training.
A mental health support service providing you with face-to-face and telephone-based support and coaching from our trained behaviour therapy coaches. nb&a group are currently the sole provider of MindCare Coaching on behalf of ReturnToWorkSA.
More about MindCare Coaching.
nb&a group is pleased to continue their support of Hutt St Centre. Natalie volunteers fortnightly, and sometimes weekly when demand is high, serving breakfast to people who are homeless.
On 16 December, Mary Hendrie and Alicia Prior will join Natalie for lunch service at the centre through company sponsorship of ‘Angel for a Day’, an initiative by the centre to enable donors to feel the impact of their donation and understand the significance of a hot meal and a friendly face for people who are facing homelessness.
We look forward to continuing to support ‘Angel for a Day’ throughout 2020.
We are always on the lookout for physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, occupational therapists and rehabilitation consultants. If this is you and you have an interest in our industry and/or working for our company, please contact us to discuss what opportunities may currently be available.
We will aim to bring you the latest information and articles of interest and relevance to the industry.
nb&a welcomes Lynn Hennessy to the team
Positive and engergetic, Lynn has built a career on helping other people find employment. From goal setting to interview guidance, Lynn is an excellent partner to have in employment transition and return to work. Visit Lynn Hennessy's full profile.
LinkedIn article by Natalie Bottroff
Always looking for new ways to provide treatment and support to those with physical and mental health issues, I undertook some research recently into the use of assistance animals, including the circumstances in which they are currently being used and the potential for their use in the treatment of workplace injuries.
Read the full Man's Best Friend - A mental health treatment option article.
A shout out...
...to this client
Never underestimate the work you do. Each stage of this client's return to work was facilitated collaboratively in line with their stages of recovery. By starting at an alternate worksite then working closely with staff in change management and adjustment, this client’s workplace relationships were repaired and rebuilt, providing support for them to transition back to their usual role. A fabulous outcome! But it didn’t stop there.
We continued working with this client, providing additional services to assist with ongoing sleep issues. And the results speak for themselves…
‘Both Julianne and Eleni have been instrumental in my wellbeing from day one and I have such high regard for them both of their professionalism and understanding of the steps to my recover. They are both a credit to your business and I couldn't recommend them more. Thank you for having this option of help available for without this I'm sure I would have been left more unstable and left the job where this impacted my physical and mental state. Please pass on my forever gratitude to them both and to you for employing such passionate, professional ladies. I hope to never have to use their services again but if I had to recommend them it would be in high regard.’ —Client