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Mindful May

Tuesday, May 14th, 2024

Mindful May Events hosted by Counselling and Psychological Services Caulfield

The Counselling and Psychological Services team at Caulfield Campus is running a series of drop-in mindfulness sessions over the next 3 weeks as part of Mindful May.

Mindfulness of eating/Mindfulness of thoughts

  • Date: Tuesday 14 May
  • Time: 12pm- 1pm
  • Venue: K105 Caulfield
  • Description: This session will involve 2 mindful exercises to cultivate present moment awareness of our eating, and our thoughts.
  • No registration required.

Mindfulness of the senses

  • Date: Tuesday 21 May
  • Time: 11am- 11:45am
  • Venue: K105 Caulfield
  • Description: In this session we will explore using our five senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell to gently guide our awareness and attention to the present moment.
  • No registration required.

Lunchtime mindful movement (online chair yoga)

  • Date: Tuesday 28 May
  • Time: 1-1:45pm
  • Description: This chair yoga session combines yoga-based movements, breath practices, meditation, self-massage and psychoeducation. It aims to increase body awareness, reduce stress and enhance wellbeing.
  • Registration required via link.

SMRC Open Day

Monday, May 13th, 2024

SMRC Open Day at Dingley Village Neighbourhood Centre

Southern Migrant and Resource Centre (SMRC) is happy to invite you to their Open Day at Dingley Village Neighbourhood House to showcase their services they offer to people born overseas and their carers.

SMRC staff will be available for those who need information and assistance in accessing services and aged care systems.

A variety of sessions will be available throughout the day such as:

  • Tai Chi
  • Dance class
  • Horticultural information session
  • Potting class and more!
  • Refreshments available

Where: 31B Marcus Rd, Dingley Village.

When: Friday 24 May 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

For more information visit:

  • Dingley Village Neighbourhood Centre
  • or call SMRC on 9767 1900 or
  • E:

Explore Week 2024

Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

Join Career Connect for Explore Week (11-15 March)

  • Are you uncertain about your career direction?
  • Would you like to discover ways to explore the diverse options available to you?

Enhance your career planning skills and delve into various career pathways during the upcoming Explore Week series, scheduled from Monday, March 11th, to Friday, March 15th.

Throughout this series, you’ll assess your career preferences, gain insights into different career paths and opportunities, and access a range of career tools and resources that will empower you to make informed decisions and strategically plan your future.

For those who have envisioned being their own boss or innovating in a start-up, The Generator will host a panel of professionals who have integrated entrepreneurship into their careers.

Or if you’re in the process of charting a course towards a career change, join us for an alumni panel where our panellists will share their personal journeys of career evolution.

Crafting a Career is Something That Doesn’t Need to Wait

To view the full program and to register, click here.

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us at:

Free Art Workshops For Deaf and Disabled

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024

Future Reset – Maker Space – Free Art Workshops for Deaf and Disabled People

Arts Access Victoria are running a year of FREE creative workshops!

Future Reset – Maker Space is a year of free in person and online visual and digital arts workshops.

  • Future Reset – Maker Space is for young Deaf and Disabled people aged 18 – 25 who live in Victoria.

Beginners welcome!

This is a safe space for making art, socialising and creating community with your peers.

Workshops in visual and digital arts, professional development and free studio time, led by Deaf and Disabled artists.

  • All workshops are Auslan interpreted.

Join us in person on Saturdays in Melbourne CBD, and online on Wednesday evenings.

Make 2024 your year of creativity and meeting new people.

Clinical Group Programs 2024

Wednesday, February 7th, 2024

Social Anxiety Programs for Students in 2024

During first semester in 2024 there will be two Social Anxiety Group Programs and another group program targeting students with academic performance anxiety called ‘Performing at your Peak at Uni’.

Social Anxiety Group Program (students only)

Social anxiety involves significant fear or avoidance of one or more social situations. Social anxiety is a prevalent issue and can be disruptive to day-to-day life.

This is a cognitive behavioural program that’s designed to treat social anxiety.

The sessions will be facilitated by Dr Sophia Gozzi, Clinical Psychologist.

The program will run for eight sessions on Wednesdays, from 13 March until 8 May (excluding 3 April)

Two options are available at Clayton:

Performing at Your Peak at Uni (students only)

Many students experience significant anxiety in academic performance situations and excessively worry about being judged negatively.

This can often lead to avoidance of performance situations such as contributing in tutorials, asking a lecturer a question, as well as attending team meetings, networking events and job interviews.

Productivity can also be hampered when anxiety leads to delays in submitting assignments or excessive time spent perfecting documents. In some instances, tasks are not avoided but students spend considerable time worrying about the upcoming task or ruminating about it afterwards.

This is a cognitive behavioural program that’s designed to target academic and career performance anxiety:

  • The sessions will be facilitated by Dr Sophia Gozzi and Dr Emily Prytula, Clinical Psychologists
  • The program will run for eight sessions on Mondays, from 18 March until 13 May (excluding 1 April), from 11am – 1pm
  • Groups comprise of a maximum of 10 participants
  • This program is open only to Monash students, and is free of charge.
  • Register your interest here

Wayfinding Systems Study

Monday, January 29th, 2024

Designing Wayfinding Sytems for People with Cognitive Impairment Study

  • Are you a carer/support worker of individuals with cognitive impairment/intellectual disability/neurodiversity?


  • Are you a Health professional providing healthcare to individuals with cognitive impairment/intellectual disability/neurodiversity?

We seek your insights regarding the challenges and needs experienced by individuals with cognitive impairment when navigating maps.

This research initiative focuses on understanding the navigation challenges faced by individuals with cognitive impairments and aims to develop maps that cater to their unique needs.

We seek participants who provide crucial assistance to individuals facing cognitive challenges, including caregivers, support workers, and health professionals, to share their valuable insights and experiences. As a token of appreciation, we offer a $30 gift voucher for each participant.

Click here to register for the interview (40-60mins)!

  • You will receive an AU$30 voucher for your participation!
  • For more information contact:
  • Study: “Maps for Cognitive Impaired
  • Chief Investigator: Dr Anuradha Madugalla
  • Funding: Monash Assistive Technology and Society (MATS) SEED Fund
  • This study is approved by the MUHREC of Monash University (protocol #40245)

All Abilities Football

Tuesday, November 28th, 2023

MUSC All-Abilities Football Program – Expression of Interest

Monash University Soccer Club (MUSC) is asking for your interest in starting an All-Abilities Football Program for Monash students with a disability.

As a club MUSC would like to know if you may be interested in getting involved with a program like this as either a participant or a volunteer. We would love to create a program that is able to cater to the diverse needs of the Monash community, and that means that we need your input into what might interest you!

MUSC are hoping to add a program to the club in 2024, with the intention to grow and develop this space within the club going forward.

If you would like to be a part of this in any way, please complete the Expression of Interest Form.

  • If you have any further queries about this, please don’t hesitate to contact MUSC via email at or through their social media pages.

Women in Sport Leadership Retreat

Monday, November 27th, 2023

Team Monash – Women in Sport Leadership Retreat!

On Thursday 8 – Friday 9 February 2024, Team Monash is proud to be hosting the Women in Sport Leadership Retreat!

Applications are now open for the event, which aims to empower female-identifying student leaders who are engaged in sporting communities, external to or within the University.

A total of 30 female-identifying student leaders will be selected to attend the event that will consist of 2 days of workshops, networking, self-development, guest speakers and more!

This even will be held at the Pullman in East Melbourne. All accommodation, meals and session expenses are covered.

User Study on Maps for Cognitive Impaired

Tuesday, November 21st, 2023

Participants Needed for Study Interviews – Designing Wayfinding Systems

  • Are you a carer/support worker of individuals with cognitive impairment/intellectual disability/neurodiversity?
  • OR are you a Health professional providing healthcare to individuals with cognitive impairment/intellectual disability/neurodiversity?

We are conducting a user study to design better maps for people with cognitive impairments (PwCI) /intellectual disabilities/neurodiversity.

In this study, we are eager to engage with caregivers, support workers, psychologists, and therapists who play pivotal roles in assisting these groups and possess invaluable firsthand knowledge regarding their unique needs and challenges.

  • The study will involve attending interview sessions for insights and experiences related to PwCI’s navigation challenges and needs.
  • The sessions can be conducted online (Zoom).
  • The duration of each interview session will last for 45-60 minutes.
  • The in-person sessions will be held in a Monash University meeting room.

Are You Interested in Participating?

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to Wei Wang (

  • Thank you for considering this opportunity to participate in our research study.

MATS Lunch and Learn

Wednesday, November 8th, 2023

Monash Assistive Technology and Society (MATS) Lunch and Learn

The Monash Assistive Technology and Society (MATS) Lunch and Learn session is being held on Wednesday 22 November from 12.30 – 13.30. You can register here.

During the session Professor Kim Marriott will guide you through the latest innovations in technology designed to empower people with disabilities.

Get ready for an eye-opening journey into the future of assistive technology.

  • Location: IT building, 25 Exhibition Walk on the ground floor in the Monash Assistive Technology (MATS) centre area.