" An informative and well presented seminar. Content and materials can be shared with my peers.

I would really recommend any person involved in education to attend this seminar."

Judy Campbell

Coodanup Community College


"The seminar was divided into 3 logical sequential sessions. The content provided was thoroughly

researched and insightful. Time was given to reflect on the content. This enabled me to consider how the

information related to me personally personally,

which I feel is most important".

Damian Purcell, Whitford Catholic PS.


"The seminar was easy to understand and relevant to the social environment of my school.

I found the content to be positive and empowering and I have a real sense that

I can make a difference to lives of my students in all aspects."

Grant Walton (Deputy Principal)

Eaton Community College


At our school we are already doing some relaxation techniques and find that advice on

managing stress is important for our student

Anne Young

Cyril Jackson Education Support Centre


"Excellent Seminar. I really enjoyed listening to all the information you presented.

Thanks you so much."

Carol Giles

Koorana ESC.


"I never thought mental health was so easy to understand. From the outside it looks

so complex and something people are fearful of understanding."

Anita Riseborough

Narembeen D.H.S.


"Very informative, clear, with explicit explanation of all issues.

Recommend to all workers in the primary and secondary areas."

Christine Drinan

Bathurst Region Support Teacher Behavior NSW.


"The "Teaching Well" seminar is a well organised and presented one.

I look forward to practising the strategies in my work and personal life."

Joan O'Sullivan

Tamworth High NSW.


"[The seminar was particularly useful in that it provided actual] tools to approach bullying."..

Jenny Chester (School Chaplain)

Eaton Community College.


"I liked the idea that mental health is overall actually easy to deal with, that you can improve

it simply by harmony - it makes sense!"

Chantelle Jamieson (Nee Ward)

Warnbro CHS ESC.


Knowing signs and symptoms to look for in students to identify vulnerable students.

Understanding my own thoughts, beliefs and behaviours and how they relate to feelings."

Regina Krozek

Swan SPER Centre.


What I gained from the seminar was, understanding the importance of individual

well-being - power of the group re bullying strategies to reduce stress at a personal level

ardurably demonstrated by an excellent presenter. Very helpful handouts.

Fay Bice

Como Secondary College


With the increasingly complex nature of our students in Western Australian schools,

Wise Solutions offers an insight into the difficulties faced by many of our students and offers

Strategies to help improve their lives.

Vicki McKeon (Deputy Principal)


Coodanup Community College

"Brilliant presentation, very useful information and well structured handouts.

I highly recommend this seminar for teachers interested in finding practical ways in identifying

students with mental health issues. Thank you Helen for the work you put in preparing this seminar."


Angela Dade, Bethel Christian College.



Email enquiries@wisesolutions.com.au