Grapple with the complex matters of bullying, mental wellbeing, and combatting inappropriate behaviour

One-Day Conference: Monday 2nd December 2019

Post-Conference Workshop: Tuesday 3rd December 2019

The Student Bullying & Mental Wellbeing conference is back again this December, bringing together experts and leaders from primary, secondary and tertiary institutions to discuss student bullying and mental health programs, as well as examine solutions that can be practically implemented.
Sadly, student suicides are very much a reality and the mental health of youths is at stake. In such complex times, minority groups such as the LGBTQIA+ or those with disabilities are easy bullying targets, and parents demand to be actively involved. 

There is a grave need for a whole-school, whole-child, whole-community approach to prioritising student wellbeing; finding creative and evidence-based ways to foster resilience and student wellness.

It’s time to build a culture of empathy and inclusiveness, and together, say no to bullying

Attend this event and learn effective skills in:
  1. Understanding bullying in all forms: Knowing how to understand, identify, address & redress 
  2. Prioritising mental health, resilience and wellbeing initiatives to combat bullying  
  3. Implementing a whole-school approach to combat bullying 
  4. Cultivating empathy and an inclusive culture to empower the LGBTQIA+, at-risk students and students with disability 

Plus, don't miss the post-conference workshop: on Integrating Bullying & Mental Health into your Broader Student Wellbeing Programs

- With Ken Rigby, Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia

Featured Speakers at this Conference

Ken Rigby

Adjunct Professor

University of South Australia

Adrian Larkin

State Manager NSW

Be You

Carolyn Blanden


Warrakirri College

John Cameron

Deputy Principal

Cabra Dominican College

Patrick Lowe

Deputy Principal Students

Saint Ignatius' College Riverview

Andrew Campbell


Cyberpsychology Research Group

Sonia Durney

Deputy Principal

Holroyd High School

Dr Joanne Arciuli

Leader of the Children, Families and Disability Stream

Centre for Disability Research and Policy

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Who Should Attend?

This event is designed for leaders, counsellors and psychologists working within primary, secondary and tertiary education including:   
  • Principals 
  • Deputy Principals  
  • Executive Directors 
  • Heads/Dean 
  • Heads of wellbeing  
  • Heads of Safety  
  • Psychologists  
  • School Counsellors  
  • Policy executives  
  • Teachers  
  • Heads of pastoral care 
  • Head of student technology 

10 Key Reasons to Attend: 

  1. Identify, understand, address and redress bullying – in all forms 
  2. Understand how Be You is rolling out mental health learning communities nationwide  
  3. Learn how to empower teachers with the right tools to best support students and foster new leaders 
  4. Benefit from 10 case studies across one day from experts and leaders in education and psychology 
  5. Strengthen your wellbeing and resilience approach for students and teachers  
  6. Choose to attend three roundtable sessions on the issues most pertinent to you 
  7. Understand what good mental health and suicide prevention programs look like   
  8. Learn about different approaches to trauma-informed care with Kambala 
  9. Understand how you can better support LGBTIQA+, at-risk minorities and disabled students 
  10. Explore how to manage technology and ensure the parents understand their role with the Cyberpsychology Research Group

Participate as a Sponsor

If you have new and innovative products, solutions, services or technologies relevant to this space, our delegates want to hear from you! We have a number of sponsorship packages available to suit all budgets. 
When you participate as a sponsor, you will benefit from: 
  1. Strategic branding and presence during the conference  
  2. The opportunity to share your latest initiatives, programs, solutions, products or services 
  3. Multiple networking opportunities 
Who should Sponsor? 
  • Health and wellbeing consultants 
  • Psychology services and consulting 
  • Law firms who can assist educational institutions manage their obligations 
  • Support and assistance providers for students 
  • Providers of technology and tools to help combat cyberbullying 
Interested in showcasing thought leadership and innovative solutions? Contact

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