Jules Jamieson

headspace Port Macquarie

Youth mental health and general well being services
headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation providing FREE early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds. Our experienced Port Macquarie team consists of a GP, Youth Workers, Social Workers, Psychologists and a Tele-Psychiatrist. We offer therapeutic group work specialising in anxiety, stress & anger management, self-esteem & confidence building, and also mindfulness. In addition to these programs we run FREE social inclusion activities including yoga, stand-up paddle boarding, guitar lessons and knitting classes.
Julie's Contact Details
Phone: 02 6588 7300

Personal Bio

Originally from New Zealand, Jules grew up on the Gold Coast and travelled extensively from her teenage years until 2010 as a professional model. She moved to Port Macquarie with her husband and daughters 11 years ago and became involved with headspace in 2012 after participating in a charity motorcycle ride. 6 years later, and as the current Community Engagement Officer at headspace Port Macquarie Jules loves to get involved in all things community. She is a passionate advocate for youth mental health and strives to break down the stigma attached to it. “I believe in positive social connections- I try not to take life too seriously, and a good laugh is always on my agenda”. Part of her role at headspace is mentoring members of the headspace Youth Reference Group, running events and social activities.

Promotion: Things are pretty busy at headspace.. starting this month we have FREE yoga, Knitting classes & Jam sessions for those musically minded. headspace Port Macquarie is currently supporting the headspace National Campaign - headcoach. A campaign targeted at young men in sport. During October headspace will be running several events in support of Mental Health Month including a Scooter Competition. For more info and updates follow us on facebook.

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