As we face lockdown number 6.0, organisations such as Headspace, The City of Monash, Anglicare Victoria and City of Stonnington has arranged a series of online workshop and sessions to help parents navigate the challenges their child may face during these tough times.
Student wellbeing has always been our number one priority at WHSC as well as supporting parents through tough times. Read on for more information.
The New Normal - Emotion Focused Parenting. Please click here for more information.
More useful resources for parents and carers from DET (the Department of Education and Training), together with some Wellbeing Resoources from one the College's partners in Linewize (also known as Family Zone):
Black Dog Institute provides a free online resilience course – MindStrength - for 14 to 16 year olds, as well as their parents / carers.
This site also provides information posters – one for students and the other for parents:
Beyond Blue have a series of podcasts on various topics. I listened to one today titled: ‘My inner critic – Nobody is harder on me than me’ which provides the recovery story of young female who’s critical dialogue negatively impacted her functionality is many ways, including socially and with school engagement:
Blokes Psychology has offices based in Scoresby. Whilst their current waitperiod for new clients has extended to November, they are an unique service as their primary target client group are males from the age of 5 onwards – they also work with people who want to learn how to support and communicate with the males in their life: