Wellness with the API

We have been working hard to create a database of free Member resources to help you with your professional development and personal wellbeing during these challenging times. Take a look at our complimentary webinars and recordings, online modules, introductory courses, articles and videos below to find out more.

We are here to support you when in need. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. If you are feeling particularly stressed or need to reach out to someone, contact BeyondBlue for professional assistance.

R U OK Day 2020

2020 is the year that no one could’ve predicted and more and more Australians are experiencing mental health impacts brought on by feelings of isolation and uncertainty.

Discussing your Mental Health and Wellbeing

We held a webinar on 17 June 2020 designed to de-stigmatise mental health and create better understanding of our own mind and self awareness. And it did exactly that!

Professional Development during COVID-19

Join Dr. Rachel Baird as she discusses how API is helping you achieve your professional development requirements in a COVID-19 affected environment.

Surviving an Online Existence

Today I walked ten steps, down one flight of stairs and arrived at my place of work.  I started with a Zoom meeting at 8.00 am, switched to a Teams meeting at 8.15, flicked back to the Zoom meeting at 8.45 and so the day went.

Staying grounded during uncertainty

Ways to stay grounded during these uncertain times

As humans we crave certainty. When we tried to switch up the Christmas holidays last year by suggesting a different beach, my husband and I were hit with immediate backlash…

Working from home

Virtual Meeting Etiquette

A large portion of us have moved to holding more meetings electronically, it’s important. we upload a professional image.

Avoiding Procrastination

Procrastination is a negative playground of unrealised potential. Some researchers see the activity as poor self-management, others believe it is avoidance of perceived failure and there are some who see procrastination as instant gratification.

How to set up your home office

Create a dedicated space – Depending on your apartment or home size, create an area where you cannot be distracted by children, partners, housemates and even your pets.