Mental Health Masterclass:

Community Webinar Series

Learn practical ways to improve mental wellbeing for yourself & your family

YOUR MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS Digital Access. Engaging Speakers. Live Q&A Sessions.

Now, more than ever, you need to prioritise mental health and wellbeing for yourself, your family and those around you. We are here to help you through this.
 
In response to the calls for help we’ve been receiving, we have developed the Mental Health Masterclass, a series of six online classes, designed to inform, engage and support you during this time of uncertainty.
 
Each Masterclass will see you gain practical tools, valuable advice and insight via two 30-minute presentations by expert speakers, with live Q&A sessions.
 
Whether you’re a parent, student, carer or just looking to improve your mental health, these masterclasses will give you the tools, knowledge and advice to navigate through difficult times.
 
Learn self-care techniques to improve mental wellbeing for yourself & your family.

LEARN ABOUT THE Webinar Topics

Masterclass 1 | ANXIETY, KIDS & SELF-CARE: Tools to Help Them... & Yourself!

23 April 2020
Discover how to support and manage a child’s mental health during challenging times while learning valuable self-care strategies.

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Masterclass 2 | Tools for Working From Home… With Kids!

7 May 2020
Strategies to work from home while educating kids.

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Masterclass 3 | How to Cope with Financial Stress During COVID-19

21 May 2020
How to manage financial stress and spending during uncertain times.

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Masterclass 4 | Are You Addicted? Behaviours Formed During Isolation

4 June 2020
The surprising links between addiction and spending time alone.

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Masterclass 5 | Building Your Mental Muscles

18 June 2020
How exercise, sleep and diet impact on your mental health, and a guide to building resilience for yourself and your family.

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Masterclass 6 | Relationships – Tips for Success and Recovery

2 July 2020
Techniques to improve your mental health during challenging times.

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DATES & TIMES Webinar Schedules

Masterclass 1: ANXIETY, KIDS & SELF-CARE

23 April 2020

Discover how to support and manage a child’s mental health during times of change, isolation and high stress, while learning valuable self-care strategies.

8.00pm - 8:45pm (AEST)
Understanding Anxiety in Children

Karen Young

Understanding Anxiety in Children

30min session followed by 15mins of Q&A

8:45pm - 9:30pm (AEST)
Self-Care for Children and Families

Alexandra Giufre

Self-Care for Children and Families

30min session followed by 15mins of Q&A

Masterclass 2: Tools for Working From Home… With Kids!

7 May 2020

Discover how to support and manage a child’s mental health during times of change, isolation and high stress, while learning valuable self-care strategies.

7.30pm - 8.00pm (AEST)
Working at Home with Kids

Ms Sabrina Rogers-Anderson

Working at Home with Kids

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

8.00pm - 8.30pm (AEST)
Tools and Tips for Effective Home Schooling

Dr Selina Samuels

Tools and Tips for Effective Home Schooling

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

Masterclass 3: How to Cope with Financial Stress During COVID-19

21 May 2020

How to manage financial stress and spending during uncertain times.

7.30pm - 8.00pm (AEST)
Talking About Money, Working on a Budget and Becoming Financially Secure

Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon

Talking About Money, Working on a Budget and Becoming Financially Secure

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

8.00pm - 8.30pm (AEST)
How to Identify and Manage Stress in Your Life

Dr Michael Player

How to Identify and Manage Stress in Your Life

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

Masterclass 4: Are You Addicted? Behaviours Formed During Isolation

4 June 2020

The surprising links between addiction and spending time alone.

7.30pm - 8.00pm (AEST)
Answering the Simple Question: What is an Addiction? Answering the Simple Question: What is an Addiction? Answering the Simple Question: What is an Addiction?

Mr Matt Noffs, Mr Mark Ferry & Mr Kieran Palmer

Answering the Simple Question: What is an Addiction?

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

8.00pm - 8.30pm (AEST)
Technology Addiction & Kids; What You Need to Know

Mr Brad Marshall

Technology Addiction & Kids; What You Need to Know

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

Masterclass 5: Building Your Mental Muscles

18 June 2020

Discover how exercise, sleep and diet impact your mental health, and understand the do's and don'ts of keeping mentally fit.

Gain practical tips to help yourself and your family adapt to stressful situations or crises.

7.30pm - 8.00pm (AEST)
Brain Food: Do’s & Don’ts of Keeping Mentally Fit

Professor Felice Jacka

Brain Food: Do’s & Don’ts of Keeping Mentally Fit

Learn:

  • Associations between diet quality and common mental disorders, depression and anxiety
  • How dietary improvements can assist in treating depression
  • How diets of pregnant women are related to mental and brain health outcomes in children
  • The gut and resident microbiota
  • Diet improvements for the prevention and treatment of mental, neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders

BONUS CONTENT:

  • Free online course on Nutritional Psychiatry (link sent to all attendees during webinar)

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

8.00pm - 8.30pm (AEST)
Tips to Help You & Your Loved Ones Stay Emotionally Resilient

Professor Nick Titov

Tips to Help You & Your Loved Ones Stay Emotionally Resilient

Learn:

  • The important concepts of stress and resilience building
  • What makes a good tip?
  • Examples of tips that can help build emotional resilience
  • Practical take home messages to help yourself and others

BONUS CONTENT:

  • 10 Psychological Tips for Coping with Coronavirus (COVID-19) - PDF Guide
  • 11 Psychological Tips for Frontline Staff - PDF Guide

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

Masterclass 6: Relationships – Tips for Success and Recovery

2 July 2020

Tips, tools and practical advice for strengthening and rebuilding relationships, trust and boundaries with loved ones. 

7.30pm - 8.00pm (AEST)
Tools and Tips for Maintaining Happy & Healthy Relationships

Mr John Aiken

Tools and Tips for Maintaining Happy & Healthy Relationships

Find out more about:

  • The initial stages of couples assessment
  • Boundary setting
  • Overhauling toxic communication patterns
  • Developing teamwork
  • Managing technology
  • Prioritising couple time
  • Enhancing sex and intimacy
  • Establishing shared goals and visions

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

8.00pm - 8.30pm (AEST)
Repairing Broken Relationships: Rebuilding Trust and Connection

Ms Melissa Ferrari

Repairing Broken Relationships: Rebuilding Trust and Connection

Find out more about:
  • How the brain works in love and connection
  • What is trust really all about and how important is it in a relationship?
  • What happens when trust has been broken?
  • How memory plays a big part in how we experience mistrust or a break in the relationship
  • Important qualities required when trust has been broken for repair to happen
  • How to apologise and say sorry to your partner genuinely
  • How to use verbal and non-verbal expression to help your partner repair trust and encourage connection
  • How to ensure repair is delivered and experienced authentically
  • How to make guardrails in your relationship to ensure safety and security that will be maintained well over time
  • Tips to ensure connection when trust has been an issue in your relationship

20 min presentation followed by 10 min of Q&A

GET INVOLVED Who Should Attend?

Parents

Employers

Carers

Teachers

Employees

Aides & Support Workers

LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers

Karen Young

Author & Psychologist

Alexandra Giufre

Clinical Psychologist & Author

Dr Selina Samuels

CHIEF LEARNING OFFICER - CLUEY LEARNING

Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon

Author; Educator, Speaker, Presenter, Columnist, Commentator and Ambassador

Dr Michael Player

Clinical Psychologist

Mr Brad Marshall

Principal Psychologist, Northshore Kidspace

Mr Matt Noffs

CEO, Noffs Foundation

Mr Mark Ferry

COO, Noffs Foundation

Mr Kieran Palmer

Clinical Services Manager, Noffs Foundation

Professor Felice Jacka

Director, Food and Mood Centre, IMPACT, Deakin University

Professor Nick Titov

Director, Department of Psychology

Ms Melissa Ferrari

Psychotherapist & Relationship Expert

Mr John Aiken

Relationship Expert

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