10th September, 2020    |    By  R U OK    |     540
“It’s really important to follow up after you’ve asked R U OK?, particularly when someone says that they’re not OK, and provide that additional support. It demonstrates genuine care and concern, it demonstrates that you are able to offer assistance and it really offers an opportunity to be a connector for additional support in an authentic and genuine way.” Debra Brodowski, National Manager of Psychological Services at the Centre for Corporate Health, on the importance of checking in with someone after an R U OK? conversation.

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