Joblife Employment consultants have extensive experience in working with people who have a mental health issue including depression, anxiety, post-natal depression, PTSD, bipolar, schizophrenia, ADHD, OCD and panic disorders.

Our goal is to find you work that can bring you a sense of purpose and provide financial independence.

We want you to be able to reach your full potential. We’ll work as a team with you, your family, support networks and health professionals so you know we’re all here for you.

How Joblife Employment will work with you:

Take the time to understand your needs in a supportive, sensitive and non-judgemental environment in a place where you feel comfortable

Find work experience or volunteering opportunities so you can build your workplace confidence

Advocate on your behalf by providing employers with education and access to resources regarding mental health issues so we can work towards eliminating the stigma of mental illness in the workplace

Match jobs with your career aspirations, skills, interests and abilities

Readily assist all parties, for the joint success for all involved

Build solid foundations so you can confidently move forward to accomplishing your goals and a brighter future

Encourage open and honest collaboration (where appropriate) between employers and employees, so that both parties understand each other’s priorities and concerns

If you are a school student or a young adult we offer direct, personalised and discreet assistance

Our services are free and we can help you with everything from building your resumé, job search techniques, practice interview techniques, purchase of suitable work clothes, advocate and promote you to potential employers, support while you are in the job and address and overcome any concerns or issues you have. To find out more about our services for people with a mental health issue contact your local Joblife Employment Consultant.

Contact Joblife today to start your journey, together.

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