‘Licence for Life – A skill based guide to living with wellness’ (2018)
440 pages of engaging activity and wellness literacy.
Currently available for university and institutions training. Available for public in June 2018.
Poster Showcase Award of Excellence for Innovation at the 2017 National Wellness Conference, USA.
‘Wellcircle – A wellness coaching model for managing depression with the art and science of wellness.’
‘Licence for Life – A systems thinking approach to wellness’
18 June. 2018 National Wellness Conference, in Minneapolis USA
Wellschool has a number of exciting projects, some completed, and some still in the pipeline:
Well Life Project
Project Partners: Thrive Re Consulting (Occupational Rehab)
Well Women Project
Project Partners: YWCA. City of Port Philip.
We are running wellness peer coach training with women who are living in YWCA housing to support them in their well-being and vocation towards independence. We are doing research into the impact of this upon their well-being and long term outcomes.
‘Licence for Life’
Project & Funding Partners: DHHS (Victoria), YWCA (Victoria)
Licence for Life is a government funded wellness & coaching skill training developed for the YWCA Asista Mentor Program. It consists of a series of wellness books, online courses and resource website. It will soo be made available to a broader audience.
LifeLAB for Schools
Project Partners: To pilot in schools in second half of 2018
Using the Licence for Life model about we are piloting training young people in schools on how to be well using our unique peer coaching model.
Wellness Coach Training for Schools
Project : Melbourne Girls Grammar
MGGS is a progressive, contemporary and independent school, which has delivered an exceptional education for girls from Early Learning to Year 12 for more than 120 years. It is the first school in the world that has five dedicated Wellness Coaches trained for their Year 9 and 10 girls.
Project Partners: various independent practitioners
A unique peer to peer platform for managing chronic disease with the art and science of wellness and community. We have started this initiative with two seven week pilots: ‘Managing Depression with the Art & Science of Wellness’.
Want to know more?
Or be an innovation partner in one of our pilot projects?
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