Mental health wellbeing
We provide tools and resources that promote good mental health and help our employees think, feel and behave in a way that helps them perform at their best – in their personal lives, with family and friends, at university, at work and in the community.
We recognise mental health issues or illness can affect people of all ages, all walks of life and comes in many different forms. We aim to provide appropriate assistance in a supportive environment when our employees face these challenges.
Thrive wellness program
Our Thrive wellness program focuses on healthy minds, healthy bodies and healthy communities and provides a year-round calendar of activities, tools and resources to assist you in meeting your wellness goals.
MindRazr is an exciting digital platform with a wide range of exercises for mental and physical wellbeing, that staff can combine with playlists of music of their choosing.
As part of our wellness program, all employees have free access to the MindRazr platform.
MindRazr is available on mobile and web. Use the links shown above to download the mobile apps or alternatively you can register in the web application here. When initially registering either in the mobile application or web application, it is important that you use the organisation code SCU19 when prompted.
If you have any questions or issues using the platform, please contact the team at MindRazr via email@example.com.
Please note, this is not a Southern Cross University service/application and employees should not use the same password as their staff account for security purposes. When MindRazr is used off campus, personal mobile plan or internet plan data will be used.
Employee assistance program
The University's employee assistance program is one of the range of strategies available to employees who may require assistance in resolving work and/or personal problems as well as supporting their mental health through wellbeing coaching and access to professionally qualified and experienced psychologists.
Appointments are provided in a highly confidential setting and are available by telephone, face-to-face, Skype or eCounselling.
A range of mental health training courses, both face-to-face and online self-paced are available. For more information, please contact: Workplace Health and Safety Team
T: 02 6620 3651