cyberbullying & mental health

Understand the causes and impacts of online bullying behaviours, and what to do about it 

Free online learning about cyberbullying for teens

Recommended for all high school year levels. Maximum 50 students per session.

Students will learn:

  • what are online bullying behaviours  
  • how to challenge attitudes that foster online bullying  
  • myths and facts of cyberbullying causes and effects 
  • metal health impacts of cyberbullying 
  • protective behaviours for dealing with cyberbullying 

Optional alternatives:

  • effective help-seeking as a key protective factor to online safety
  • safe bystander ('upstander') behaviour online
  • how to have positive online interactions 
  • conflict management with empathy, assertiveness, and impulse control 
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This session is made possible thanks to Bupa           Bupa Foundation logo

curriculum alignment & evidence base

All our topics and sessions are aligned to the Australian Schools Curriculum and based on the latest in psychoeducational research, presented by Kids Helpline counsellors.
If you require more information please contact us.


what happens on the day

Our counsellors personalise the session based on the needs of your class.
Here is an example of how a session may run.


Introduction (5 mins):

  • Interactive ice-breaker
  • Brief summary of Kids Helpline

Presentation (30 mins)

  • Presentation of key content in your chosen topic/session, including coping strategies & support options
  • Interactive learning activities (group work, video watching, games, role playing, etc.)
  • Practical application of key strategies
  • Movement/interactive breaks included as needed

Conclusion (5-10 mins)

  • Summary of session
  • Group reflection
  • Questions & answers
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