Amy Whitten is a strong advocate for a holistic and strengths-based approach when working with children and youth. With a Masters of Occupational Therapy obtained at LaTrobe University, Amy also undertook further courses to have a greater understanding of brain development and mental health impacts on children and youth. Amy has transformed her area of practice to support mental health and wellbeing, productivity, self-care and leisure.
This presentation will be on the importance of school life balance while navigating Secondary School and will be appropriate for both parents and Secondary students. There will be time at the end of the presentation for questions.
During the dinner break on Tuesday March 17 there will be a special presentation from Amy Whitten for Secondary parents/guardians and students in the Hall from 6:00 – 6:30pm. Primary parents are welcome to attend also. However, the discussion may not be suitable for Primary students.