Sydney Mental Health in Schools Conference

Sydney Mental Health in Schools Conference

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THE MENTAL HEALTH IN SCHOOLS (MHIS) CONFERENCE: POSITIVE APPROACHES TO EDUCATING MILLENNIALS

POSITIVE APPROACHES TO EDUCATING MILLENNIALS 2015

Sydney 21-22nd May 2015 - Luna Park

Who Should Attend?

Teachers, School Leaders, Heads of School, YLCs, Student Support Staff, Other Practitioners Working with Young People

The Mental Health in Schools Conference is specifically designed for educators and leaders within education. Based on the premise that the support of mental health in young people is a precursor to the attainment of optimal academic performance, this conference aims to utilise a framework of current psychological theory, discuss mental health challenges for young people and introduce latest research findings while providing practical initiatives for the management and provision of improved well-being within the school context.

With many of Australia's most experienced educators being present at the conference, delegates will also have the opportunity to liaise professionally and network with colleagues.

 

WHEN
May 21, 2015 at 9am - May 22, 2015
WHERE
Luna Park Function Centre
1 Olympic Dr
Milsons Point, NSW 2061
Australia
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TICKETS
$770.00 AUD · Purchase tickets

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NOTE: After RSVP, you will still need to purchase a ticket here

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