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Jack Jones writes for lululemon on the importance of vulnerability and mateship in the journey towards mental fitness.
With lockdown restrictions limiting access to mental health support, The Banksia Project’s Virtual Growth Rooms continue to assist Australians through this challenging time.
The Banksia Project appoints its first CEO and two additional board members as it expands nationally to help even more Australian men on their journey towards mental wellness.
The Banksia Project partners with the Sydney University Football Club to support the team’s mental fitness, as well as raise funds and awareness for men’s mental health.
The Dad Website encourages Aussies to give the gift of mental wellness on Father’s Day by making a donation to The Banksia Project.
Amid lockdown restrictions due to COVID-19, The Banksia Project expands its core Growth Rooms program to support even more Australians.
In line with Mental Health Day, AccomNews recognises The Banksia Project’s efforts in supporting the mental health of the Hospitality Industry.
The Banksia Project hosts a webinar where hospitality industry experts candidly discuss the future of the industry post COVID-19.
Business Franchise details The Banksia Project’s hospitality webinar in line with World Mental Health Day.
Mental health is constantly in the spotlight, highlighting the importance of early intervention. Hear what The Banksia Project does to help men lead happier and healthier lives.
Jack Jones offers practical steps to assist with managing your mental health and discusses the increasing prevalence of mental health issues.
Jack Jones sits down with Paper Fox Radio to share his personal journey from crisis to recovery and discuss mental health stigma and coping strategies.
Jack Jones shares his advice for handling the challenges of COVID-19 and explains the importance of being vulnerable, mental fitness and social connections.
Sarah King and Jack Jones chat about society’s expectations of masculinity, men’s mental health and the important role that women play in supporting men’s mental health.
Jack Jones shares his struggles with mental health and how this led him to help and mentor other young men through his work with The Banksia Project.
The Banksia Project expands its Virtual Growth Rooms in line with Men’s Health Week.
The Banksia Project’s Growth Room participants report feeling 40% more connected, 30% more resilient and 25% happier after just three sessions.
Sunrise’s James Tobin speaks to Jack Jones about ways people can stay physically and mentally healthy during COVID-19.
Jack Jones comments on mental health challenges amidst COVID-19.
Radio host, Rob Kaldor speaks to Facilitator, Brad Kane about The Banksia Project, its services and how you can get involved.
Jack Jones provides some insights on how to stay calm and protect your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Banksia Project announces Virtual Growth Rooms to support those struggling in isolation.
Jack Jones talks to news.com.au about common myths surrounding men’s mental health and how to help a mate in need.
Jack Jones sits down with the Words with Oz podcast to discuss the importance of World Mental Health Day and ways we can improve our overall wellbeing.
Local Canberra Growth Room facilitator, Dave Oliver talks to RiotACT about men’s health and announces the launch of the first Growth Room in the ACT.
The Banksia Project engages in a random act of kindness which turns into an incredible story involving Sunrise presenter, Sam Mac.
The Banksia Project receives a $10,000 grant for The Banksia Project as part of Chatswood Westfield’s Local Heroes initiative.
The Banksia Project speaks with 2GB’s Weekend team.
Music and Mental Health Garden Room Speaker, Shannon Noll opens up about mental health in the music industry.
In October 2019, The Banskia Project partnered with ahm to deliver #NotTober, a chance to relax, unwind and do the things you love.
Listen to The Banksia Project’s entire Garden Room on mental mealth in the music industry.
Pyrmont Growth Room facilitators Phillip and John talk to News Local about the importance of free support for men of all ages.