Group Programs, Workshops and Presentations

Spark for Life psychology offers presentations, groups and workshops on mental health, well-being, development and behaviour by Educational and Developmental Psychologist Carla.

Group Programs

Groups currently running:

  • Lego Club - Social groups for kids through Lego, suitable for neurodiverse children or those having difficulty in interacting with peers, managing peer conflict and difficulty regulating their emotions during peer interactions. 8 x 1.5hr sessions running weeks 2-9 in school terms. For more information Click here.

  • SPARK!Jnr - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based program for children to build resilience. Suitable for children with mild mental health issues. 5 x 2 hour sessions. For more information click here

  • Gaming Social Groups- Social groups for teens, suitable for neurodiverse teens, those with anxiety or difficulty with peer interactions. Groups run in blocks of 8 x 2hr sessions running weeks 2-9 in school terms. For more information Click here.

 

Other groups

  • SPARK! - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based program for adolescents to build resilience. Suitable for young people with mild mental health issues. 8 x 2 hour sessions.

Current Workshops and Presentations

Adolescents and Young Adults

  • Mental Fitness (youth mental health)

  • Bounce Back (building youth resiliency)

  • Body Positive (healthy body image and self esteem)

  • Study Skills (managing stress and tips for study)

Parents

  • Youth Mental Health

  • Building Youth Resiliency (focusing on either primary or high school ages)

  • Understanding and Managing Challenging Behaviour

Each presentation or workshop runs for approximately 2 hours with time allocated for questions.  

 

Presentations, groups and workshops can be combined and tailored by request, additional fee's may apply. Please phone 0403563686 or complete a contact form to discuss a presentation or workshops to meet your needs