Wellbeing Network Directory

Programs

The Mat Program

A therapeutic martial arts program.
Drills, games, metaphors and stories.
Website
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Batyr

Cohort hear from a relatable young person sharing their mental health journey.
Batyr@school
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Play to your strengths

Delivered by the Danny Frawley Centre, through interactive exercises.
Website
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Programs

Open Parachute

Pastoral care program.
Apply through The Sebastian Foundation to cover the cost for the first year.
Open Parachute

Grow

Mental well-being programs, ihca certified.
Young-adults-program
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Presentations

Black Dog Institute

Free of charge Youth Presentations.
Insight, Mental Fitness, Navigating your teen’s mental health

Pat Cronin Foundation

Stop violence and end the Coward Punch. Presentation and e-learning
Website
Email

Guest Speakers

Glenn Manton

Bachelors degree in Teaching.
Bachelors degree in Education.
Diploma in Mentoring.
Co-founded Whitelion
Glenn Manton

Jemima Montag

Australian Olympian.
2x Comm Games gold medalist.
Medical student Melbourne Uni.
Jemima-Montag

Resources

Anti-Anxiety Cards (set of 6)

RRP $5.00 per set (all 6 cards) includes postage. Securely PAY BY CREDIT CARD or for direct debit details contact connect@bgkllen.org.au

Apps

HeadGear

HeadGear is a free app for adults with short activities and videos that utilises two therapies: behavioural activation and mindfulness shown to be effective in significantly reducing depressive symptoms and helps with mental resilience. It can be downloaded to an iphone or android

Support

Alfred CHYMS

Mental health service across the Inner South region of Melbourne, covering the LGAs of Port Phillip, Glen Eira, Stonnington, Bayside and Kingston. For schools: Direct referral of young people experiencing mental health, emotional, behavioural or developmental difficulties. Also able to provide referrers with a secondary consultation Contact

ESafety

Go To eSafety for Advice And Resources On Keeping You And Your Students Safe Online. They educate Australians about online safety risks and help to remove harmful content such as cyberbullying of children, adult cyber abuse and intimate images or videos shared without consent. Resources For First Nations Mob. Advice For Parents. Online Safety Research. Resources For Women. The site includes latest info on deep fakes, sextortion, trolling and more, you can also report incidents via this platform

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