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Chevalier College Counsellor, Felicity Webster, publishes articles related to health and mental well-being on a regular basis during school terms. 

 

eSafety Commissioner

27/2/20

eSafety is aware that a dangerous new challenge doing the rounds on social media is putting the safety of young people at risk.

Kids are encouraged to trip an unsuspecting friend or classmate in a specific way that makes them slam against the ground. The potential for brain and spinal damage is high and there are already reports of serious injuries and possibly one death overseas…

Read the full article here: https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-us/blog/dangerous-online-challenges-are-never-funny

Further ESafety reading:
https://www.esafety.gov.au/young-people


Counselling Chronicle – archives

Issue 18 – Setting Boundaries on Technology Use with Teenagers

Issue 17Parenting in the Early Teens

Issue 16Building Resilience: The Case for Failure

Issue 15Motivation and SDT

Issue 14Gratitude

Issue 13Focusing on Strengths

Issue 12Sleep

Issue 11From ‘can’t do’ to ‘can do’ by Andrew Fuller

Issue 10Encouraging Helpful Thinking

Issue 9 – The Adolescent Brain – Closed for Construction

Issue 8 – The CPR of Resilience – Lessons from Andrew Fuller

Issue 7 – Free Parenting Advice and Coaching with ReachOut

Issue 6 The Importance of a Balanced Lifestyle

Issue 5Organisational Skills

Issue 4 – Internet and Technology Addictions – Cyberbullying

Issue 3 – Internet and Technology Addictions – Problematic Online Gaming

Issue 2 – Internet and Technology Addictions – Definition and Management

Issue 1Mental Health in the Digital Age

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