Creating connection when physically disconnected: A bite-size wellbeing course for parents, carers and educators of girls

Use our bite-sized course to provide much needed guidance for parents and educators to support the wellbeing of students. Developed by one of Australia’s leading voices on the wellbeing of girls, Dannielle Miller, the one-hour course has been created for teachers, parents and carers to equip them with the tools and understanding to help the girls stay mentally well during their time at home — away from school, their friends and their normal co-curricular activities.

The course will offer resources and practical tips and covers areas such as:

  • What are the three keys to wellbeing?
  • What role does gratitude play, how to teach it, how to raise a grateful child and how to be a grateful parent
  • Connection – how to initiate and maintain relationships
  • Teaching young people how to be great conversationalists
  • Managing conflict
  • The power of a collective project
  • When should we be worried, and who do we turn to if we are?
  • What if my child is worried about a friend?
  • Action Plan if your child or student is in crisis
  • Our relationship with self – the power of positive affirmations

Who is it for?

Teachers, parents and carers of girls aged 10 and up.

How does it work?

Schools who purchase the course will be sent a web link to provide to your your parents and staff, allowing them to access the course for two-weeks. Parents and staff will be able to progress through the content at their own pace whenever it suits them during that two-week period.

How much does it cost?

The Alliance has secured an exclusive member-only price of AUD814 (ex GST). This will provide access to the course for as many individuals in your school community as you choose.  Non-members may purchase the course for AUD1695 (ex GST).

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About Dannielle Miller OAM

Dannielle is a best-selling author, speaker, media commentator and educator on the wellbeing of girls. She is also the CEO of Enlighten Education which conducts empowering workshops with more than 25,000 girls across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia each year. Her books include the best-selling parenting title, The Butterfly Effect and she has a biweekly column in the Saturday edition of The Daily Telegraph.

This year, as Education Officer for Women’s Community Shelters, she launched Walk The Talk, an innovative new program aimed at teens that provides a practical application for learning about eliminating domestic violence. In 2019, she also launched The School Toilet Project, an initiative aimed at encouraging schools to let students reimagine these often bleak spaces.

Dannielle has won various awards for her work in student wellbeing, including being named as one of four Finalists for the NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year Award, and the winner of The Suicide Prevention Australia Award (both in 2018). She was recently featured in Stellar magazine’s International Women’s Day edition. In 2021 Dannielle received an OAM for her services to women and youth.