Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds and Nurturing Young Minds bundled together with a $10 saving. CHAPTER LIST – Book 1: Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds What is Resilience and How to do it Andrew Fuller Using Positive Psychology Dr Justin Coulson Understanding the Teenage Brain Dr Michael Nagel Supporting a Young Person in their Decision [...]
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The Generation Next podcast makes the knowledge of our expert speakers on youth mental health and wellbeing available anytime and on the go! Hear excerpts from speaker lectures, interviews, Q&A from our Student Program audience and much more to come... Listen on iTunes Subscribe to Podbean In this interview, GP, Dr Harry [...]
Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds Chapter 1 - Helping Young People Get Help for Mental Health Problems by Dr Debra Rickwood. pp 3-16 Chapter 2 - What to do in a Mental Health Crisis by Dr Claire Kelly. pp 17-31 Chapter 3 - Bullying Basics by Sandra Craig. pp 35-52 Chapter 4 - Anxiety in [...]
This chapter will explore why Minecraft is so engaging for young (and older) children, and what parents, teachers and perhaps employers can learn from gaming mechanics to improve outcomes for young people.
Generation Next is proud to announce our books "Growing Happy, Healthy Young Minds" and "Nurturing Young Minds" are now available! We've brought together over 35 of our best educators for this exciting educational opportunity. The aim of these handbooks is to assist you to help as many young people as possible. Each self-contained chapter can be read in separate [...]
Missed out on the Generation Next Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People Seminars? Can’t find your notes from previous years? You can access presentation notes and materials from seminars in the past few years here! Student Leadership and Wellbeing Programs 2019 Please note: while we make every effort to provide you with [...]
Last week I came across an interesting article on The Conversation. It was entitled, Wellbeing programmes in schools might be doing children more harm than good by Professor Kathryn Ecclestone from Sheffield University. It’s a counterintuitive statement isn’t it? How could wellbeing programmes do our students harm? Certainly in Australia we’re seeing an increase in [...]
Research by Barbara Fredrickson and Martin Seligman has shown that individuals can boost their wellbeing by improving the way in which they view their life. 1. What Went Well? A simple way to reframe your outlook on life is to ask, “What went well today?” and list them. Try to find three positives. This also [...]
One of Australia’s biggest stores has re-launched its brand for the first time in a decade. In its new TV advert, Myer has moved away from its “My Store” brand to a new stance that claims it’s time to “find wonderful.” The advert sets up for the punchline by questioning where wonderful went. Remember when [...]
Every year there appears to be another framework, resource or program on offer to assist schools with enhancing student wellbeing. Some are fantastic whilst others make claims that probably warrant further investigation. However, the Victorian Department of Education has released an excellent resource. Entitled Building Resilience: A Model [...]