About ‘In The Know’ Information Series
This initiative is an opportunity for parents and carers to better understand and deal with contemporary challenges affecting young people today so they can exercise greater positive influence in the lives of the young people in their care.
It demonstrates our commitment to helping young people from the school gain an understanding of society, access positive role models, and form positive relationships outside the school setting.
We hope to organise at least one session as part of the In The Know series every term. Galilee School staff will be available to speak to parents and carers after each session. Light refreshments will be available. The second #InTheKnow session will be held on 17 March 2022 with focus on Mental Health First Aid.
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In The Know: Mental Health First Aid
The second session of our ‘In The Know’ series is being delivered by Mental Health First Aid Australia on 17 March 2022. This session is about About Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and will teach you how to identify, approach, and support someone who is engaging in self-injury by using a practical, evidence-based Action Plan.
When: 17 March 2022, 5 pm to 9:15 pm, with a 15-minute break at 7 pm for dinner.
Where: Communities at Work Galilee School Holder Campus, 172 Dixon Drive Holder ACT 2611
Presenter: Mental Health First Aid Australia
Topic: Conversations about Non-Suicidal Self-Injury. (click here for more information)
We strongly encourage all parents, carers and teachers at the Galilee School to attend the presentation.
The presentation will be delivered by Mental Health First Aid Australia and addresses topics including why people engage in self-injury, how to talk to someone about self-injury, how to help the person stay safe and how to connect to professional help. You will also have the opportunity to practise your new skills in a safe environment.
The term ‘non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) describes a behaviour where a person
deliberately or purposefully hurts themselves. It is used to refer to self-injury that is not intended to result in death. This course is based on guidelines developed through the expert consensus of people with lived experience
of mental health problems and professionals.
Use the button below to register for the Mental Health First Aid Training, or click here to open the booking page in a new tab.