On page 37 of the Full Report, read about how Journeyworkfits within current day psychological interventions.
How does Journeywork fit into the Australian government social and emotional wellbeing strategy for schools?
Find out about this on page 35.
And how you can get your own program recognised for inclusion as one of the wellbeing programs being offered to primary schools? (Page 36)
Where is Journeywork being conducted in Australian primary schools and who is conducting them? (page 39)
Get hold of a great one-page explanation and illustration of The Journey Classroom Process provided by Journey Accredited Practitioner, Verna Nardella (Page 169).
Other example documents include a letter to the principal (page 151), parent invitation (template provided by Elena Arcangeli, page 167), information and consent forms – all in the Appendices of the report.
How did Journeywork impact on the overall emotional wellbeing of the children? (Page
How did Journeywork impact of the children physically; their depressed and positive feelings and interpersonal relationships? Check out page 80.
In their own words, what did the children say they learnt? (Page 105)
In their own words, what did the teachers and parents say about the program and impact on the children? (Chapter 6)
What did the Journey Practitioners identify as the enablers and barriers to implementing Journeywork in schools? (Page113)
And for those of you, or those organisations wanting information about the research methods of data collection and analysis, these can all be found in Chapter 3 and 11.