Mental Health Support Worker
Support people experiencing mental health issues, and help them achieve their personal goals and live their best lives.
Support people experiencing a mental health crisis
Working as a Mental Health Support Worker, you’ll have specialised skills in supporting people experiencing mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, or psychosis. This rewarding career is human-centred, and your work will empower people with mental health issues to live more fulfilling lives. You will work with a range of community groups and services to help clients to achieve their goals and find their place in the community, and will work closely with them to build independence and stability in their lives.
Once you’ve completed your Certificate IV
Blended learning or traineeship
You may choose to continue your studies at university to become qualified in psychology, social work, or human services.