Michelle Mitchell and Neil Milton share a passion to see young people transition to adulthood safely. In this webinar they cover so much valuable information for parents and professionals who live or work with teens struggling with their mental health or self-harming. It’s a hopeful conversation about how to stand by our teenagers.
About this webinar
In this 1-hour Neil interviews Michelle. Together they deep dive into…
What self-harm is
Who is most at risk
Signs young people are experiencing poor mental health
When we should seek help
How to think holistically when supporting young people
Common sense practical strategies for families
How to support young people as they show compassion and care for each others mental health
Lots of encouragement for parents and professional who are showing up for their kids!
Who is this webinar for?
This presentation will be directed to parents, carers and professionals. This webinar should be shown to teens at parent’s discretion.
How do I access the webinar?
After purchase you will automatically receive an email containing a link to the webinar.
If you don’t receive this email, check your junk folder. If you are still having trouble, we are always here to help at email@example.com
Meet the speakers.
Michelle Mitchell is an award-winning speaker, and best selling parenting author with a very special interest in the area of tween and teens. She has been termed ‘the teenage expert’ by the media and is sought after for her compassionate and grounded advise. Michelle started her career as a teacher, but soon discovered a special interest in wellbeing. She left teaching in 2000 to found Youth Excel, a ‘boutique’ health promotion charity which delivered tailor made life skills programs and psychological services to thousands of young people and their families. Today she uses her 25 years hands-on experience to write and speak in schools, community events and through media.
Neil Milton has worked in not for profits for over 17 years, including churches, World Vision Australia and has been on many local community grassroots committees. He has a passion to help organisations across our nation make sure that children are safe. Out of his role with ChildSafe he volunteers in a local sporting club, enjoys fitness and family time.