Student Wellbeing

Psychopathy
Psychopathy
Psychosis: Supporting the Emergent Psychopathic Students in our Schools Teachers believe that the precursors of serious psychiatric behaviours are exhibited in school-based behaviours well before the medical and psychological fraternity are permitted to formally label these psychiatric conditions. And, in many cases, the teachers cannot get psychological support in their classrooms because the behaviour is labelled as a behavioural issue, not a psychological issue. Consequently, teachers are expected to ameliorate the student’s aberrant behaviours within the parameters of teacher training.
Dr Neil MacNeill & Ray Boyd (Educators)
Bullying
Bullying
Monkey See, Monkey Do Just be kinder all round.
Danny Mayson-Kinder, CEO and Founder of Australian charity flyhighbillie
Mental health
Mental health
The Role of Mentoring in Schools in Supporting Student Wellbeing Mentors are a valuable first port of call for troubled kids.
Kathleen Vella
Discrimination
Discrimination
School a Place of Harassment for Queer Young People in Australia It’s difficult to be young and different.
Conflict
Conflict
Girls with Attitude 100% GWA 100% program has attracted the attention of prominent female leaders and thinkers.
Giulio Bortolozzo, Counsellor, Trainer
Opinion
Opinion
Helping Teens Navigate Stress About the Future Teens are stressed about what's in store for them.
Jackie Hallan, Head of Service Delivery at ReachOut Australia
Safe browsing
Safe browsing
Stranger Danger! Equipping Kids for Online Safety Kids need freedom but a bit of guidance as well.
Dr Jarmila Tomkova
Transitions
Transitions
Student Mental Health: A University Crisis? Coping with the challenges of university.
Dr Nicola Cogan, University of Strathclyde, Dr Michelle O'Toole, University of Edinburgh, Dr Maria Gardini, University of Edinburgh, Dr Aja Murray, University of Edinburgh, Dr Emily Long, University of Glasgow
Counselling
Counselling
Flexible, Accessible School Psychology Through Telehealth Platform provides online clinical assessments and counsellor support.
Dr Annie Banbury, Head of Clinical Research Coviu
Self image
Self image
Being You is Enough How children can be encouraged to be their true self and to have strong self-respect
Marginalised
Marginalised
Why Educators Need to Re-engage with Our Most Marginalised Youth Lock down and the return means starting from square one for the marginalised.
Selim Ucar, Acting CEO of Humanity Matters
Students
Students
What Happened to You? Trauma-informed Behaviour Support in Schools Prevent instead of punish.
Lorna Hepburn, Project Manager, Queensland Department of Education
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