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Promoting Resilience: Stacking the Odds in Kids' Favour

Conference proceedings: click here    (PDF 3.86 MB)

6th September 2012

Is resilience an evidence based concept? Thoughts from the latest bandwagon.  (PDF 38.49 MB)

Dr Sam Goldstein, Assistant Clinical Instructor, School of Medicine, University of Utah and

Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behaviour Centre, Salt Lake City

 

Building resilience to psychological problems: Improving the mental health of young people.   (PDF 1.24 MB)

Associate Professor Vijaya Manicavasagar, Director of Psychological Services, Black Dog Institute;

Associate Professor in Psychiatry, University of New South Wales

 

Resilience for students who have been bullied? Only one part of the solution.   (PDF 650.73 KB)

Professor Marilyn Campbell, Associate Professor Faculty of Education, Learning and Professional Studies,

Queensland University of Technology

 

Applying resilience strategies in mental health and educational settings.  (PDF 2.36 MB)

Dr Sam Goldstein, Assistant Clinical Instructor, School of Medicine, University of Utah and

Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behaviour Centre, Salt Lake City

 

Stories of resilience...outcomes of the TranSCRIBE young writer’s competition   (PDF 1.57 MB)

Maria Cassaniti, Centre Manager, NSW Transcultural Mental Health Centre

 

7th September 2012

Resilience: Does service provision help or hinder? A personal story of  consciousness raising and resilience. (PDF 1.28 MB)

John Dommett, Founding CEO of  Connecting Home and Director of Koorie Night Market Inc.

 

Using emotional intelligence in schools: Research outcomes and interventions

Professor Con Stough, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and research leader of the Emotional Intelligence Research Unit,

Swinburne University; Justine Lomas, Co-ordinator Emotional Intelligence in Schools Program, Swinburne University

 

Coping skills – concepts and constructs to facilitate young people’s social emotional development.    

Associate Professor Erica Frydenberg Principal Fellow, Melbourne Graduate School of Education,

The University of Melbourne

 

Promoting resilience for teachers and their students: A four dimensional view.   (PDF 794.83 KB)                                        

Dr Caroline Mansfield, School of Education, Murdoch University, Western Australia    

 

Whole school approaches to mental health and wellbeing  (PDF 3.54 MB)

Jill  Pearman, Principals Australia, National Program Manager, Mind Matters 

 

Fostering psychological wellbeing in young people.  (PDF 1.96 MB)

Clinical Professor David Bennett AO, Head, NSW Centre for the Advancement of Adolescent Health

 

WORKSHOP:

The science of executive functioning: New data, new ideas and the comprehensive executive functioning inventory (CEFI)

Dr Sam Goldstein (sponsored by Psychological Assessments Australia) (PDF 4.15 MB)