The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Young People
Friday, 22 May 2020 9.00am – 5.00pm
|Super Early Bird Online Special||Early Bird Online Special||Standard Online Price|
|$179 incl GST||$199 incl GST||$250 incl GST|
|Ends 27 March||Ends 8 May||Ends 22 May|
NEW GROUP DISCOUNT RATES: 3-15 registrations save 10%, 16-25 registrations save 15%, 26+ registrations save 20%.
Previous Event Information
2019 Topics and Speakers
- From Trauma to Strength; Gill Hicks MBE, Survivor of the 2005 London Terrorist Bombings, Founder of M.A.D for Peace
- Choosing Not to Hate; Matt X, Preventing Violent Extremism Consultant
- A Developmental Approach to Nurturing Resilience in Young People with Disability; Dr Jane Tracy, Director of the Centre for Developmental Disability Health, Monash Health
- How the Internet is Affecting Youth Wellbeing Greg Gebhart, Senior Education Trainer, Office of the eSafety Commissioner
- Anxiety & Mental Health Issues in School Communities; Kristen Douglas, National Manager, headspace in Schools
- Keeping Young People Safer in Party Environments; Paul Dillon, Educator, DARTA
- Fathers & Daughters; Madonna King, Author, Journalist, Chair of the Queensland Government’s Taskforce on Cyberbullying
- Helping Young People Through Family Separation; Fiona McCallum, General Manager, Good Grief
- Conversations with Troubled Young People – Practical Advice; Andrew Fuller, Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist, Inyahead
And much more!
2020 Topics and Speakers so far…
- Teaching Values of Being Human — An Education of the Mind and the Heart; Mark Le Messurier, Parent Coach, Author, Counsellor & Educator
- P0rnography — What’s the Big Deal?; Dr Justin Coulson, Parenting Expert
- Green Space and the Power of Nature Play for Shaping the Developing Brain; Dr Rachael Sharman, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of the Sunshine Coast
- Autism & Anxiety; Dr Michelle Garnett, Clinical Psychologist
- The Current State of Play — Gaming and Young People; Jordan Foster, Clinical Psychologist, ySafe
- Nanging’, ‘Jungle Juice’ and ‘Rexing’: Trends in Inhalant Use Amongst Young People; Paul Dillon, Educator, DARTA
- Tricky Kids & Anxiety; Andrew Fuller, Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist, Inyahead
- With One Voice — Singing for Creativity and Mental Health; Tania de Jong, Social Entrepreneur, Global Speaker, Soprano, Founder of Creative Universe
And much more!
Your registration includes: access to 9 educational presentations and the stakeholder and resources exhibition, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, delegate satchel, PDF version of program and notes, certificate of attendance.
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If you’re looking for presentation notes and materials from previous seminars, you can find them here.
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UQ Centre, Building 27A, University of Queensland, St Lucia
- The CityCat ferry is conveniently located walking distance on Sir William MacGreggor Drive and Blair Drive. Please visit Translink
- Limited paid parking is available on weekdays at the St Lucia campus
- Approx. 30 mins drive from the airport