How we help
With a solid twenty year reputation for excellence in counselling, speaking, education and writing, Madhavi Nawana Parker and her team collaborate with you to provide solutions for you, your family, school or organisation.
Parent strategy development sessions: Unique, tailored plans for a more connected, cooperative and happy family.
Professional training and workshops for Schools, Organisations, Parents and Students: Topics include resilience, wellbeing, confidence, mindset and much more, based on Madhavi Nawana Parker’s published works.
Tailored small group and one on one social skills, confidence, wellbeing and programs: Children and teenagers love the warm, friendly, compassionate and inclusive environment our team Nikki Wadewitz (Senior Teaching Consultant) Katie O’Reilly (Drama Teacher) and Nick Bennett (Kung Fu Instructor) create. Our programs for young people, delivered by Nikki Wadewitz, include the ‘Confident girls on the Autism Spectrum’ program based on ‘The Confident Minds Curriculum,’ ‘The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox’ and ‘What’s the Buzz?’ All our programs are offered in Eastwood, Unley and also in South Australian Schools.
Child counselling: James Parker, (Counsellor and Developmental Educator) specialises in helping young people develop self awareness and coping skills for challenges including Family Separation, FIFO and unexpected changes. James takes a compassionate, strengths based approach to promote a healthy adjustment to change.
Confident Minds Drama for Social Confidence: Katie O’Reilly, teacher and professional actor brings her creativity and compassionate nature to teaching social emotional confidence through the art of drama and creative play. Students love the opportunity to meet other young people who don’t necessarily want to be on a stage, but feel safe getting out of their comfort zone in a small group where everyone grows at their own unique pace. A great way to build confidence and have fun along the way. Drama programs are based on Madhavi Nawana Parker’s books, ‘The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox,’ ‘The Confident Minds Curriculum’ and ‘Sanguine: Optimism and Confidence in 21 days.’
Kung Fu for Social Confidence, Fitness and Coordination: Nick helps neurodiverse young people develop strength, coordination and social confidence through his small group program that offers a tailored, individual approach. Nick brings over 20 years experience as a professional actor and Kung Fu teacher to Positive Minds Australia and is known for his warm, friendly and authentic approach to teaching.
Other ways we can help you:
Books by Madhavi Nawana Parker: From $24.95-$65.00 plus postage.
Free resources and Ebooks to help parents, young people and anyone working in schools and paediatric allied health.
Our team is dedicated to teaching skills in mental strength, confidence and wellbeing. We embrace neurodiversity. We love watching young people we support climb gently out of their comfort zone, to learn new skills that serve them for a lifetime.
We practice in Parkside, Eastwood, Unley and Glenunga with new locations being planned soon. We visit schools, regional SA and interstate face to face and online by appointment. Madhavi Nawana Parker speaks across Australia and overseas.
Jump on our waiting list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out a form for the specific program you’re interested in at www.positivemindsaustralia.com.au