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Tame Your Mind – Tips for Senior School Students
Hi, Rocky Biasi here from humanconnections.com.au. I want to talk to you today in this video about a topic that I like to call, tame your mind, and specifically I want to send this message out to all of our senior students doing their HSC, but not just here
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Anxiety Lives In The Past and Future [5/5]
Mark: All right, Rocky, I guess my last question is probably the most difficult question I’m going to ask you about the time here. So we don’t know how long this will last and I’d love you to share some of your ideas about the past, the present, and
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The Freedom That Comes With Routine [4/5]
Mark: But my next question is obviously, about the organization of your day. A lot of students are now at home, and we were just talking before we started off air there, just about this idiosyncratic work, where we’re not necessarily asking students to stick to the time table
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Reframing: Responding To What Is [3/5]
Mark O’Connor: So Rocky, when you say that, I’m going to throw one at you, and then I’m going to ask you a question after it. So I’m going to basically contradict myself. So one of the other strategies that we’ve worked on that I think is really important
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Managing Your Emotional State [2/5]
  The second thing I would say is, okay, so you’re not feeling great and you’re acknowledging it. How long do you want to feel that way? There are things that we can do that can make you feel better. So if you’re feeling really worked up and overwhelmed, you
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Your Emotions Are Friendly Messengers [1/5]
  Hi everyone. It’s Rocky Biasi here and I’m joined by Mark O’Connor, who is a teacher at Emmaus Catholic College. And we’ve been really good friends, we went to university to do our education degree together, and we’ve been talking quite a lot in these quite uncertain and unprecedented
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Vicarious Trauma: Self-Care for Mental Health Workers
The need for mental health care services and counsellors across Australia is growing at an astoundingly fast rate, with 22,159 mental health professionals reported in the latest figures from 2017. 4.3 million people received mental health-related prescriptions
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Dealing with the Stress and Anxiety of Coronavirus
  These are truly uncertain and unprecedented times. Our world has changed and the way we live has changed. It would be impossible to not feel unsure, anxious and afraid. I know I’ve had my moments to say the least.  I wanted to share
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The Solution Talk Guide™
The Solution Talk Guide™ is part of The Accidental Counsellor Training. It will help you: – Connect and establish rapport quickly with the person you are working with. – Create and environment trust and safety.
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Top 10 Mental Health and Wellbeing Tips
The following tips are “right” for me after many years of trying different strategies. The quality of your mental health is a reflection of the wellbeing and self-care habits you have. Right Sleep Sleep is
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The Myth of Multitasking – And How It Impacts Your Mental Health And Wellbeing
Many people believe that women are excellent at multitasking, while men don’t do as well. However, the truth is that no one is really that good at multitasking, regardless of gender. In fact, not only are we not built for multitasking, but you could be doing yourself
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The Power of Sleep
Life would be a lot easier if you didn’t have to sleep. Just imagine what you could do with all of the time you spend in bed. The potential is limitless, and a lot of people already push the amount of time they spend awake to
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TESTIMONIALS

What Our Students Say

Thought provoking session with many applicable strategies not just ideological concepts.

David Tatzenko
Covenant Christian School

As Deputy Principal of a large primary school, I am often faced with situations where I need to provide guidance and support for students.

Having recently completed the course, I have already used many of the strategies back at school and now feel more confident and well-equipped to deal with student issues.

The course was practical, action-packed and opened my mind to the many ways we can speak with and support students. I now feel better-equipped to manage the “difficult conversations” when my school counsellor isn’t on site. The added bonus is that many of the strategies will prove effective in my personal life as well.

Thanks Rocky! I will definitely be recommending the course to my staff.

Leigh Robertson
Grafton Public School

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

Stan Sklias
Sefton High School

This classroom management training provided new insights and ideas. The focus on teacher presence is valuable if not challenging.

Kristine Abelitis
Robert Townson High School

Thank you for the Conscious Classroom Management Training workshop. So happy to know I can be myself and establish teacher presence that is me.

Johanna Lynch
Christadelphian Heritage College
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