Mental health and social workers
Presentations about online safety for youth workers, social workers, counsellors and psychologists working in youth-focused organisations.
All eSafety presentations are free and delivered by our expert education and training team. Sessions are one to two hours long including question time and can be presented via webinar or face to face. A minimum audience size of 30 is required.
This presentation provides an overview of the key functions of the eSafety Commissioner and how eSafety and mental health professionals can work together to protect young people.
The presentation includes evidence-based, targeted advice about trends in online behaviour. Participants will explore the latest online safety research, case studies and resources to help mental health and social workers support the online safety needs of their clients.
- Online safety issues such as cyberbullying, online pornography, sending nudes and sexting, time online, gaming and unwanted contact.
- eSafety’s removal powers related to serious cyberbullying, child sexual abuse material and image-based abuse.
- Online safety resources to support the online wellbeing of young people.