Positive Minds Australia excels in delivering authentic, evidence based Wellbeing, Social-Emotional Literacy, Resilience and Confidence workshops in Classes and small groups in Kindergartens, ELCS and Schools.Enquire about us visiting your site.
By Madhavi Nawana Parker, Routledge, London 2016 and second ed 2019
This program is run in small , targeted groups over 16 weeks to teach valuable skills to build resilience and wellbeing in young people. Skills are taught explicitly and include handling feelings more confidently, problem solving, goal setting, being a good friend and developing gratitude and optimism.
Whole classes benefit from ‘The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox,’ being delivered across 5 visits to your school, by one of our Trained Facilitators, targeting one year level at a time.
For more information, please see the ‘The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox’ in our ‘books’ section.
Written by Mark Le Messurier and Madhavi Nawana Parker, 2010, 2015, 2016, 2019 and 2023.
All three ‘What’s the Buzz’ social emotional literacy programs are available through Positive Minds Australia. They are suitable for junior primary, primary, and middle to high school. Programs run for 16 weeks and teach valuable skills in self-awareness, getting along with others, handling difficult feelings, and being an empathetic and communicative companion.
Whole classes benefit from ‘What’s the Buzz,’ being delivered across 5 class visits to your school, by one of our trained facilitators, targeting one year level at a time.
By Madhavi Nawana Parker, Routledge, London 2019
What we think really matters. Thoughts lead to corresponding emotions and those emotions lead to behaviours that are pro social or anti social. ‘The Confident Minds Curriculum’ teaches valuable mindset tools for 8 years and upwards on Getting Along with Peers, Developing Compassion, Gratitude, Problem Solving and much more.
Whole classes benefit from, ‘The Confident Minds Curriculum,’ being delivered across 5 visits to your school, by one of our trained facilitators, targeting one year level at a time.
James Parker, Child, and Youth Counsellor and Developmental Educator
Brings over twenty years of experience working with young people, to help them adjust and cope with changes to their family structure and challenges at school. James consults in our Unley Rooms on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The information in the workshop blew my mind. I’ve done lots of reading and courses in parenting but this was different. Madhavi suggested practical tools that will last across the whole parenting journey, for different ages and stages. She understands the demands of parenting used examples from her own parenting and clinical experience.
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