Supporting young people’s mental health when they are online

Supporting young people’s mental health when they are online

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19 Oct 2021 until 18 Nov 2021
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM



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Spending time online can help young people learn, connect socially and relax. However, using digital technologies may also present challenges to young people’s mental health.

Our new webinar for parents and carers of children aged 10-18 provides strategies for supporting young people’s mental health as they navigate the online world.

Register for eSafety’s parent guide to digital technologies and mental health in Term 4, to learn about:

  • dealing with harmful online content such as suicide, self-harm and eating disorders
  • using games, apps and social media to support mental wellbeing
  • the pros and cons of online mental health platforms
  • helping young people support their friends online.

Visit to learn more. While you’re there, check out our other webinar for parents and carers, eSafety’s parent guide to online gaming.




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