Mind Blank Interactive Theatre visited Condobolin Public School to engage students in discussion around mental health on Thursday, 12 March.
Topics which were covered included bullying, choices and where to seek help.
Mind Blank is recognised Australia wide for mental health awareness and education through delivering innovative programs in schools, communities, and workplaces.
They advocate a holistic and balanced approach through strategic partnerships and collaborations.
Their programs aim to reduce the risk of suicide in rural and urban Australia. Mind Blank uses professional actors so they can showcase stories based on lived experience.
This means that they can capture realistic life-like portrayals of what it is like to struggle with mental and emotional health battles.
By Melissa Blewitt