NEW interactive and self-directed digital programs for young people aged between 10 and 15 years. These programs are mapped to the Australian Curriculum and can be used as part of a unit of work or to meet specific learning outcomes. Download the Teacher and Caregiver resources to consolidate learning in the home or classroom.
Parent and Carers
A series of free online mini-courses with tips and strategies for parents and carers supporting the mental health and wellbeing of young people. ⠀
Builds an understanding of stress, worry and anxiety and the connection between the three
Formally Mental Health 101, our leading youth program addresses stigma and promotes help seeking with lived experience stories.
Analysing stigma and the power of the lived experience
Designed to build an understanding of stress, worry and anxiety, and the connection between the three. This workshop equips participants with the tools to manage stress more effectively.
A bullying prevention program like no other, a great complement to your current practice or way to start the conversation with young people.
Developing attitudes, behaviours and language that impact body image.
If you are a young person passionate about mental health, join us and be a navigator of education programs in our community.
Increase your knowledge with powerful lived experience stories that break down stigma and promote help seeking.
Equip your staff with practical tools to manage and respond to stress more effectively in the workplace
Exploring personal and professional boundaries to learn a best practice approach for communicating about mental illness and lived experiences.
Equip your staff with the skills and strategies to support themselves and others impacted by trauma
We offer a range of evidence-based programs tailored for school age students that are mapped to the Australian National Curriculum and workplaces. Programs are delivered to schools free of charge thanks to our funding partners and Pay-it-forward supporters.
Coping with stress
School or Study Problems