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20 October 2021, 10:00am - 12:00pm (AEDT)

Virtual event


Police officers can experience a range of challenging situations and although working within the Police force can be rewarding, the interaction between personal life stressors and the demands of working within policing can result in the development of mental health struggles. Through this forum, the MHFA seeks to further explore the mental health of police personnel through constructive and open discussion in order to make a meaningful difference.

Join us as we discuss this important topic. All attendees will receive a Certificate of Participation.



Danielle Baldock 

Registered Psychologist

Danielle completed her Bachelor of Psychology at UWA before serving as a WA police officer for 6 years. In 2008 she left the Police to pursue her psychology career. Danielle is a registered psychologist trained in Schema Therapy, Imagery Re-scripting, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Re-Processing (EMDR). Danielle has a special interest in trauma, including childhood adverse experiences, combat trauma, first responder and military-related trauma, and sexual assault and abuse. She has trained in trauma processing modalities in order to better provide effective treatment for these experiences. 

She is a long-time staff member at the Sexual Assault Resource Centre (SARC) where she honed her skills in trauma therapy. She has also worked at Victim Support and Child Witness Service, WA Police Health & Welfare, KEMH’s Childbirth and Mental Illness clinic, Soldier On, and at HMAS Stirling for Serco. In 2018 she joined the Australian Army Reserves as a Psychology Officer.


Daniel Sundahl

Artist and Writer

Daniel Sundahl (DanSun) is a published artist and writer and has three (3) art books produced of his works.  Articles of his work are featured in Canadian Paramedicine, Journal of Emergency Medicine (JEMS), Fire Rescue Magazine, EMS One, EMS World Magazine and The Canadian Journal of Emergency Nursing.  His art is recognized worldwide, and he travels internationally speaking on his art and personal experiences with occupational stress injuries and post-traumatic growth.  Daniel is the president and founder of the Peer Recovery and Resiliency Society, a group that supports emergency workers from around the world and aids in their post traumatic growth.  He is an advanced care paramedic, firefighter, pre-hospital educator, photographer and photo editor.



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