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Reducing the Mental Health Crisis in Schools
Mental health is still something that people don’t like to address. But for those who are suffering from poor mental health, it’s clear that something needs to be done to help them. The mental health crisis in schools is rising, with 10-20% of children and adolescents experiencing
By Human Connections
Setting Boundaries An Assessment Model
In the wellbeing module of the Accidental Counsellor Training, we talked about several things like positive psychology, about being positive in the present, well-being factors, and positive habits on how to rewire your brain. What I actually
By Human Connections
Transformation Through Connecting To Pain and Suffering
Let’s talk about the Connection theme of the Accidental Counsellor Training. From weak connection to transformation through connecting to someone’s pain and suffering. What do I mean by this? Well, I believe that transformation does occur through a
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Influence – Getting Solutions Not Giving Solutions
Move from giving solutions to receiving solutions. As an Accidental Counsellor have you ever wondered why people don’t follow good advice? It’s remarkable don’t you think? The more you give someone a solution or suggestion the more they don’t do
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Setting Boundaries Framework
I’ve come to see that there are 4 parts to setting boundaries. The first thing we need to do is assessment. Make a quick assessment of where they at. Second, is we need to create a team. Who are the
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Hints Toward Possible Solutions
Let’s talk about Solution Focused Language Patterns in the Accidental Counsellor Training. There are four of them in the full online Accidental Counsellor Course. In this video  I want to cover the Exception Question- one of
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7 Accidental Counsellor Tips Connect and Influence Without Burning Out
An Accidental Counsellor Can Be Any School Staff Not Trained As Counsellors But Often Find Themselves in Counselling Situations By Accident. The problem I see in schools is the usual approach of helping people is not working well,
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Solutions Focused Formula Overview
The Solutions Focused Formula is a 4 question process that helps move people from feeling stuck to creating solutions. In this video I put together the questioning techniques from the previous videos in the series. The key here is to
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Solutions Focused Formula – Exception Questions
Exception Questions In this segment, we look at exception questions for the goal that the client has set in the previous question in this Solution Focused Formula. The goal is set,
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Solutions Focused Formula – Miracle Question
Rocky Biasi here with video 5 of my new FREE Solutions Focused Formula Online Training. In this video we look at
By Human Connections
Solutions Focused Formula – Assessing Desire For Change
Assessing Desire For Change In this segment, we look at assessing motivation for the goal the client has set
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Solutions Focused Formula – Setting Goals
It’s always good to identify the goal of a certain conversation. Sometimes, it’s hard to determine as to what is the goal is for a specific discussion, especially if you find that you have very limited time in determining it. In this segment, we make a structured approach to
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TESTIMONIALS

What Our Students Say

This training covered a range of strategies and I could relate it to my own experience.

Stan Sklias
Sefton High School
I have already used some of the tips I learnt at the training with an irate parent and a cranky student, with great success! Thank you.
Catherine Pearse
Heathcote High School

Kelly, Jane and I attended the March Accidental Counsellor Training and have been following your techniques and it has made such an impact on our new Pastoral Care Centre.

We have had many positive comments from students, teachers and parents, with parents calling us to ask us to help their child. We feel like we now have a solid philosophy to inform our decisions and a very clear vision of how we can best help our students. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience with us….. don’t think we would still be coping without your invaluable guidance.

Kirstie Brass
Orana Steiner School, Canberra

I would like to take a moment to tell you what a great experience I had at your workshop. I have been a teacher for 19 years and have participated in sessions such as BoysTalk, and completed units on Interpersonal Relationships at Uni. I found your workshop to be informative, challenging (in a good way), and most importantly it contained skills that are immediately useful. I found myself using some of the techniques covered in the following week with great success.

When I got to work on Monday I immediately recommended you to the schools’ Executive Leaders as something to be considered for our staff PD. Whilst it may not suit everyone (as not everyone is comfortable being a counsellor), your workshop would be an invaluable experience for anyone interested in developing their skills as a counsellor, either as a career pathway or as an ‘accidental’ counsellor.

Dale Evans
Charles Campbell College Adelaide

This classroom management training reminded me of why I became a teacher. The skills were practical. Thank goodness for PD Days like this and people like you!

Stella Papanakos
Bossley Park High School
Connect and Influence without Burning Out
Accidental Counsellor Training
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