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Achieving wellness in your family

Achieving wellness in your family

  1. Posted on August 22, 2019

  Disclaimer: This blog about wellness does not include any kale smoothie recipes, “expert’’ exercise or diet advice, or even a picture of me with my arms outstretched to the sky telling you how amazingly #blessed I am. If you want that I suggest you go to your teenage daughter’s Instagram feed. Instead, I’m discussing jam jars and how I use these to try to achieve wellness in my family of four kids while working full-time....

  1. High School Junior School Mental Health Middle School Mindfulness Parenting Wellbeing

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Social Media: Setting guidelines and building digital resilience

Social Media: Setting guidelines and building digital resilience

  1. Posted on June 14, 2018

You know you’re getting old when your teenage son excitedly asks you to look at something on his phone then: he holds it so close to your face that can’t work out what you’re supposed to be looking at; , when you hold the device at sufficient arm’s length for your ageing eyes, you have no idea who this YouTube or Instagram ‘star’ is; and, you can’t ...

  1. High School Mental Health Middle School Mindfulness Parenting Wellbeing

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The Big Splash WA

The Big Splash WA

  1. Posted on September 12, 2017

New initiatives, such as MindMatters and The Big Splash WA are being incorporated into the program, with activities and guest speakers scheduled for Mental Health Week, R U OK Day, and the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. The Big Splash WA is a program run by the Perth Children’s Hospital to raise awareness and funds for the Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit....

  1. Mental Health Mindfulness Pastoral Care Wellbeing

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Mental Health and Wellbeing Over the Holidays

Mental Health and Wellbeing Over the Holidays

  1. Posted on November 22, 2016

As the school year is quickly coming to a close, and supportive resources (school staff, school psychologists) will not be accessible over the summer break, we want to provide our community with some resources to help assist our students should they need additional support. This list of apps has been identified by a network of school psychologists, and all aim to promote mindfulness, calmness, and an overall sense of wellbeing....

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