Wednesday 9:00 – 3:00

The Art of Resilience

A full day interactive workshop

with Dr Helen Street 

Join Helen for an exclusive day full of ideas, strategies, conversation and interaction to help you to navigate the challenges and traumas of life, with resilience, confidence and calm. All delegates will receive a copy of Contextual Wellbeing at the Pre Conference Workshop


PART ONE 9:00 – 10:30 Understanding the Impact of Adversity and Stress on Our Wellbeing


10:30 – 11:00 – morning tea, coffee and light refreshments

PART TWO 11:00 – 12:30 – The Art of Resilience and the Reparation of Identity


12:30 – 13:30 – hot working lunch and cold buffet

PART THREE 13:30 – 15:00 – The Art of Resilience and the Power of Contextual Wellbeing



About Helen
Dr Helen Street is one of Australia’s most highly respected experts in wellbeing and resilience. She works as an education  consultant, an applied social psychologist and an honorary fellow at The University of Western Australia. With a passion for educational reform and for challenging the status quo, Helen has become known as a pioneer in the development and support of long-term learning engagement, motivation and wellbeing in schools.
Over the past twenty years, Helen has worked with schools in Europe, the UK, Australia and SE Asia, and has written four books, several book chapters and more than 100 articles and academic papers supporting wellbeing in young people.
In 2009, Helen co-founded Positive Schools with Neil Porter. Positive Schools includes the highly respected and well-loved Positive Schools conference series across Australia and SE Asia; the Positive Schools Online professional learning platform for all educators, and; the Positive Schools Coaching and Consultancy service supporting Contextual Wellbeing in schools.
Helen’s first book 'Standing Without Shoes' includes a foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Her fourth book, ‘Contextual Wellbeing – creating positive school from the inside out’ has become an international best-seller in education and has led to an increasing reconsideration of wellbeing at a systems level, involving every aspect of school context.

Helen lives in Perth, Western Australia with her partner Neil, their three daughters and their cavoodle, Barney.

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