Seminars and Training for Schools, Students, Parents and Professionals
Please note, on this page you will see a number of testimonials about our seminar and speaking programs from audience members. Please keep in mind that these comments refer to our education and seminar services only, not our psychological counselling services. If you have any questions - please let us know!
Kirrilie and the presenting team at Developing Minds have been teaching and sharing stories in schools, workplaces and community settings for over 15 years, and to over 40,000 young people, teachers, parents and health professionals in this time.
They tell stories about psychological research, and use their many years of counselling experience as clinical psychologists, to teach young people about how to manage their time, relationships and emotions, and to support parents, teachers, health professionals and youth workers to care for and work with children and young people even more effectively.
Kirrilie has been interviewed about the Develoing Minds seminars and work with young people in many media channels (Mornings on Channel 9, ABC news, Behind the News by ABC, radio 5AA , Today Tonight, Madison Magazine, Channel Nine and Seven News, the Advertiser, the Messenger, SA kids and other independent publications).
Seminars and Presentations are suitable for:
- Student Year level assemblies
- Student seminar days
- Student "lunch time" sessions
- School camps/orientation days
- Educator's sessions and CPD workshops for professionals (teachers, health professionals, disability workers, carers and others)
- Parent/caregiver seminars ("school drop off seminars and "parent nights") nights
- Parent/teacher interview evenings
The goal of every seminar delivered is to help give the audience specific, practical actions they can immediately use in their daily routines. We are keen to make sure our seminars are not "just" theoretical, and not just "inspirational" - but actually make a difference - even if it's in just a small way - to our audience's every day life.