A Strengths-Based Approach to Help Students Thrive
When the focus is on strengths, people are more likely to be happy, confident, and more engaged in learning and work. Jo shares how psychologist and author, Martin Seligman, identified 5 elements that underpin a ‘life of flourishing’, and how one element in particular is achieved through use of the strengths-based approach.
Tools and Strategies to build Resilience and Cope with Adversity
Workplace Bullying Part 1: What it is and what you can do about it
Workplace Bullying Part 2: What it is and what your organisation can do about it
Trauma Series Part 1: Providing Psychological First Aid for Children and Adolescents Exposed to Trauma
In this webinar, you will learn what to do first to deliver effective support, how to work with distressed children and adolescents and how to respond to young people after a range of incidents.
Trauma Series Part 2 - Providing Early Intervention to Traumatised Children in the Middle Years
In this webinar, you will learn the developmental processes a traumatised child needs to negotiate, how to support the transition between primary and secondary school and support strategies for young adolescents experiencing trauma.
Trauma Series Part 3: Achieving Long Term Success Working with Students with a Trauma Background
In this webinar, you will learn how to work collaboratively to ensure the success of children exposed to trauma, to communicate effectively with support teams including teacher aides, teachers, wider school support personnel, children and adolescents, and broader community agencies and services and the importance of ongoing support and training.
Building Resilience in School Communities
Helping Students Develop Positive Social Relationships
In this webinar, we explore five major areas of social emotional well-being that can help students manage their emotions, establish positive social relationships and learn more effectively through: