A specialised school workshop for students in years 5–10 to help them build stronger relationships and improve their self-awareness, emotional regulation, conflict resolution skills and emotional intelligence.
Each year, schools are supporting an increasing number of students who show signs of a lack of resilience and social skills, unhealthy peer interactions, depression, and anxiety.
The good news is that preventative mental health education can result in improved outcomes and mental health – not just for students, but also for their teachers, families, and wider social networks.
Our Healthy Relationships Wellbeing Days educate young people on common personal challenges they may face, how to manage them, and where to seek further support whenever they need it.
Through our Healthy Relationships Wellbeing Days, your students will have the opportunity to learn more about themselves. They’ll build greater self-awareness, emotional regulation skills, mood management, and distress tolerance, as well as further developing their own communication style, conflict resolution skills and emotional intelligence.
Students will also gain important relationship skills, increasing their understanding and empathy towards friends and peers who are facing challenges.
We also discuss support systems and helpful referral pathways that are available to them.
Increased awareness and understanding about themselves, their emotions, and behaviour.
Improved emotional regulation, mood management and tolerance in distressing situations.
Greater resilience and stress management abilities.
Improved ability to support friends through mental health and other challenges.
Improved communcation skills and pro-social behaviour.
A greater understanding of what positive and respectful relationships look like.
To request more information or enquire about booking this program for your school, please complete the form below, or call us on 1300 172 327.
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