Improving Wellbeing, Mental Health & Resilience in Education
Creating safe & healthy environments for student success
16 - 17 Sep 2019Crowne Plaza, Auckland
The saying goes that; "it takes a village to raise a child". When applied to education, this speaks to the importance of going beyond just teaching lessons and the crucial responsibility of the school and teachers in ensuring that a student's wellbeing and mental health are also being looked after.
The Improving Wellbeing, Mental Health & Resilience in Education conference will give delegates the opportunity to listen to and learn from experts and field leaders in student and teaching staff wellbeing and mental health. This will be their chance to learn the necessary skills, share ideas and ask the burning and important questions.
Targeted at the entire spectrum of New Zealand's education system (primary, secondary and tertiary) this conference will give crucial insights to help delegates build both student & teacher resilience and wellbeing.
Crucial insights to help you build student & teacher resilience and wellbeing:
- Evidence-based wellbeing/hauora programmes that protect student mental health & resilience
- Identifying & acting on crucial red flags of student depression & risk
- Getting the right help for students – pastoral care & external assistance
- Fostering community & agency links for support
- Understanding your legal obligations (& rights) in the face of difficult mental health issues
- How to manage physical bullying incidents, violence & trauma
- Coaching students to stop cyber bullying & trolling – how students can respond to social media harm
- Integrating student voice into your wellbeing programme
- Identifying & managing principal & teacher burnout
- The right steps to re-integrate students with previous mental health issues with success
- Successfully integrating international students into school & NZ culture
Who should attend:
- Principals, Assistant Principals and other members of education leadership teams
- Teachers and other staff that handle student pastoral care and wellbeing
- Staff responsible for monitoring staff health and wellbeing
- Staff responsible for the wellbeing and care of boarding and international students
- Psychologists, therapists and counsellors that work with students and teaching staff