The state of play – What’s happening with Australian students?
50% of all the psychological problems in human beings occur under the age of 14.
1 in 7 primary and 1 in 4 secondary school students have mental health problems.
The productivity commission report 2019 states mental health is costing the country $500 million per day.
We are working with schools in 2020 to provide vital, much needed skills, one conversation at a time. Please find a talk or talks below that are right for your school and contact us to book your next event. firstname.lastname@example.org
Virtual Reality– Keeping Kids Safe Online
Breakfast at Epiphany’s– Promoting teacher wellbeing breakfast sessions
Building happy and resilient children
Surviving Year 7– based on a brand new book to be released by Penguin
Surviving Year 12– based on a brand new book to be released by Penguin
Addressing the issue of mobile phones in schools– teachers and parents
Harnessing technology to improve student wellbeing
Identifying Adolescents At Risk – for anyone working in a student wellbeing capacity
Promoting healthy nutrition within schools – Smart Snacks
What teachers need to know about Mental Health
Mental Health First Aid – training
The Positive Power of Influence for Teens– Using social media for socialchange
Leadership Development – Tailored coaching programs for leadership teams and individuals.
Breakfast at Epiphanys – the 8 secrets of wellbeing that will energise your team. 45 minutes. To book – email email@example.com or phone: 0400701899.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mental Health First Aid Training:
Training delivered in your organisation:
Approximately 20% of Australian adults experience a common mental illness each year. Completing a Mental Health First Aid course will help you to develop the skills to support a friend, family member or co-worker. Having mental health first aid skills means that you can assist someone developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis and make a real difference to your community. Mental Health First Aid skills means that you can assist someone developing a mental Health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis and make a real difference to your community.
Mental Health First Aid Courses are based on evidence of what is best practice mental health first aid to support someone who has a mental health problem or is experiencing a mental health crisis. This evidence has been developed in partnership with the University of Melbourne, through developing guidelines that cover a number of mental health problems, crises and in different contexts. Once developed, courses are evaluated to assess the outcomes.
To book: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0400701899
Mental Health First Aid Public Courses:
MHFA Queenscliff, December 5, 2019 – Book here: