This seminar draws together leading international and national scholars in the field of sexual violence to examine current practice, progress, and challenges.
Listen to Dr Janet Congues' seminar on Women’s recollection of farming and managing for drought in Australia during 2006-2010.
Listen to Andrea Gaynor's seminar on The war on locusts in inland Australia 1946-2010.
Interview with Chief Investigator, Dr Andrew Harvey, ABC PM, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, (2015, March 11).
This exercise is a way to ‘check in’ with our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. We are aiming to notice the sensations we find in our body, without trying to change them or to improve them.
This exercise allows you to practice being in the moment for just three minutes. It will enable you to be present right here and now, getting grounded in the moment. Very handy for concentrating on assignments or exams!
This practice can be incorporated into your daily life without too much effort. This exercise will give you greater insight into your eating pattern and ‘how’ you eat.
This powerful exercise helps us to stand back from the emotion and understand it, not to fear it or struggle against it. It can help you to identify the emotion as a feeling rather than a fact or behaviour.
This exercise is really beneficial when you want to have a break from your thoughts and feelings and to get some fresh air. It can supplement your fitness regime which is extremely important to reducing stress.
This practice of focusing on something outside of ourselves is very useful when we are feeling agitated or anxious. This exercise is about observing without judgement. The idea of this exercise is to describe and focus.
This mindfulness practice is particularly useful for anxiety as it gives you an external focus and time-out from worrying thoughts.
This practice enables you to experience all thoughts as simply thoughts to notice. You will learn not to respond or react to every thought.
This is an exercise with a single focus mindfulness practice using the breath as your anchor.
10 count breathing
An introduction to mindfulness
Take a tour of La Trobe's fish breeding labs with biologist Iain Ellis
Iain Ellis on his work with the Murray Hardyhead
Exploring the concept of wellbeing and how it applies to athletes.