Mental Health Matters…in more ways than one.

Mental health matters…in more ways than one.

St Kilda Football Club coach Brett Ratten says it was the support of the football community which allowed him to rebound following the tragic death of his 16-year-old son Cooper in a car accident.

An emotional & powerful recollection, proudly documented by Tackle Your Feelings Australia, the new, mental health training program for local footy clubs and coaches.

Tackle your feelings – Brett Ratten

None of us are invincible.Brett Ratten shares how important it is to tackle your feelings.

Posted by St Kilda Football Club on Thursday, 14 May 2020

 

With free access to simplified training and tools inspired by those used by professional AFL clubs and players, you can improve your club’s understanding of awareness of mental health and enhance the individual experience of your players, their families and the broader community.

Proudly supported by the AFL Players’ Association, the AFL Coaches Association and the Zurich Foundation.

Find out more:

https://www.tackleyourfeelings.org.au/…