Conversations we Need to Have with Young People About Mental Health
Adults are often wary of discussing mental health with teenagers. This presentation offers practical and simple tools to encourage communication and improve mental health literacy.
The Power of Empathy and Communication
Practical ways that those working with young people can help them to develop robust emotional intelligence; more connected relationships; and self-awareness about their own emotional wellbeing.
Please Like Me!? Social Media and Mental Health
Social networking sites have a power that is unmatched in history to manipulate both positive and negative outcomes for young people. Gain an overview of the latest research and practical strategies for encouraging more positive outcomes.
Practical Tips for Working with Autistic Children and Young People
The interplay between strengths, interests and effective learning for students with autism will be explored in this presentation; and participants will learn how to plan, implement and assess interest-based learning.
The Confident Minds Curriculum
Confident thinking is essential for a young person’s resilience, connection with others and wellbeing. This presentation will outline social emotional literacy skills that underpin a confident mindset, as well as ways to teach them to young people.
Fathers & Daughters
How do we stop a father-daughter relationship from fracturing around adolescence? This session outlines the views of 1300 Australian teen girls, 400 dads, along with dozens of school principals, psychologists, and parenting experts.