Diploma of Mental Health
Nash is one of our new team of Customised Employment Mentors who is here to assist you with the strategies of getting through the challenges life throws at us. Nash feels that together, we can help each other and manage our way through, and find some real purpose. Born in Fiji, Nash did his tertiary studies in Sydney and returned to Fiji. He and his family immigrated to Sydney in 1988 and in 1990, moved to Perth and have been living here for the past 25 years.
In 2020, he took early retirement and studied for his Diploma in Mental Health, to assist people through the difficult times. Using his Diploma in Mental Health, he hopes to combine the study with his Life Skills to help people as a mentor to overcome life challenges. He hopes to assist you in identifying your strengths and weaknesses to build capacity to build a better future.
He currently spends his downtime volunteering in the community, helping the Stroke Foundation and Wheelchairs for kids. Nash has the capacity for clients in the southern suburbs who are needing customized employment mentoring, psychosocial coaching, or general capacity-building support.
Cert IV Training & Assessment
Cert IV Mental Health
Shin is one of our team of Customised Employment Mentors and is passionate about helping you to find your niche whilst living a life created by you and not one that is decided for you. Shin believes that moving forward sometimes requires us to stand still or maybe even step back a little to see if this path is going where you want it to go. Curious about the various opportunities around us, Shin enjoys volunteering.
Spending about 6 hours a month as a consumer representative on committees within our hospitals, writing and assessing grant applications on behalf of the Community Broadcasting Foundation, and generally looking for that left-off-field solution.
Shin was born into a multicultural family, grew up and was educated in Australia, and moved abroad to Japan for 17 years, returning to Perth in 2010. Shin has been a part of the mental health psychosocial community and has a lived experience as both a carer and as someone with personal disability challenges.
Shin has two beagles, loves to keep family close, sings, and can often be found in the garden. Shin has a current capacity for clients in the southern suburbs who are needing customised employment mentoring, psychosocial coaching, or general capacity-building support.