If you want to learn more about building skills and strategies to support people through traumatic events register for an open session held each month at the Griffin Centre.
Start the year off with Stress Better for Yr 11-12 students. Build their skills and understanding of stress, worry and anxiety with this workshop.
Mapped to the Australian Curriculum for years 7-10 on stigma and promoting help seeking, this program has been in the Canberra community for over 25 years.
We believe that better learning comes from sharing the lived experiences and personal stories guided by our DoNOHarm Framework.
ACT Secondary schools supported
Our leading program for youth on stigma and help-seeking with powerful lived experience stories.
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.
Building skills and strategies to support people impacted by traumatic events.
Increase your knowledge with powerful lived experience stories that break down stigma and promote help seeking.
Equip yourself with practical tools to manage stress more effectively and to sustain your mental health.
Build your understanding of the stages of change to prepare for and manage evolving environments.
Exploring personal and professional boundaries to understand how to stay safe when supporting others.
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