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I can't do it

I'm dumb

What's the point?

If these are things you’re hearing in your classroom, your students may be struggling with their mental health.

It’s normal for all children to have struggles with motivation and self-esteem as they find their place in the world. However, if you’re constantly battling challenging behaviour, negative self-talk or low attendance, practical classroom strategies can support your students and their families through the pandemic.

Get the tools you need to support yourself and your students with their mental health.

With a trauma-informed understanding of mental health, up-to-date neuroscience research and insights, and simple classroom strategies, teachers can help all students lift their mental health for learning and life.


A Groundbreaking and Engaging Webinar for Teachers With Bronte Spicer

If you are dedicated to supporting your students through the pandemic, but see your students struggling to stay resilient, this free two-hour webinar gives you:

An understanding of why some students don't respond to positive behaviour supports, positive encouragement and solution-based advice.

Practical classroom strategies to help your students grow their capacity for resilience during particularly challenging times.

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What does depression and anxiety look like in the classroom?

Your students with depression and anxiety may be:

Sensitive, lacking confidence and feeling like a failure, saying “I'm dumb”

Overwhelmed and withdrawing from their learning, saying “I can't do it” or not attending school

Lethargic and shutting down, saying “What's the point?”

Hyperactive, agitated, anxious and unable to focus saying 'I can't concentrate'

Disruptive, acting out; and defiant in the classroom

Reluctant to contribute to class discussions and engage in extra-curricular activities

Facing challenges with friendships or feeling shame and jealousy of others

How this webinar will help you create a positively engaged classroom

In this two-hour webinar, you will explore:

The latest neuroscience research and insights on trauma, the brain and the body, and how this affects student engagement and learning

The three parts to a student's learning experience that inhibits their capacity for resilience

Simple 30-second practical classroom strategies to help students regulate their nervous system, manage their negative self talk and feel safe with their overwhelming emotions

About Bronte Spicer – qualified teacher, mindfulness mentor

After twenty years of lived experience with depression, I found the missing piece to resilience.

My name is Bronte Spicer, I'm a qualified classroom teacher, mindfulness mentor and author of It's Okay to Cry - The Gentle Way to Dissolving Depression. I teach everyday people, children, parents and teachers how to increase their resilience, self-esteem and mental health with simple inquiry tools.

I bring my wisdom and experience from twenty years of lived experience with depression, my professional career as a classroom teacher and further study in meditation, advanced mindfulness and nervous system resilience to this inspiring webinar.

I’m an award-winner writer for Elephant Journal and host to my podcast It's Okay to Cry. To learn more you can find me on social media.

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"This showed me what's really going on under the surface of the students who lack resilience.

I can see it's essential for students to feel their feelings and with these techniques it's achievable for them."

- Kerrieanne Hocking, Golden Square Primary School, 2021

"I totally resonated with your content and gained further insight into how thoughts and feelings are so interconnected and the importance of looking at them objectively... a huge piece of information. I can now see why the professional psychology help offered now needs to radically change."

- Jodie Waters, 2021

"I wonder how my life may have been different if I knew this information as a young woman. Using these tools have been life-changing. I feel so fortunate to have found you, your skills and brave heart."

- Amanda Goodfellow, 2021

Ready to support your students this year?