What is wellbeing and why does it matter? What influence does wellbeing have on our lives, our ch...
What can we do to help children and adolescents develop secure attachments?
Nathan Wallis, long time child advocate, started as a young teacher who realised that “scared kids don’t learn”. He realised he had to act like a nurturer before he could be a teacher and retrained as a child therapist. Nathan knows social and emotional wellbeing impact IQ and performance significantly. He believes the 3 Rs of teaching and growing children are: relationship, relationship, relationship. His advice to schools and parents is to invest in high quality one-on-one relationships to improve outcomes for children.
Nathan Wallis, is a renowned neuroscience educator and lively and engaging speaker. Nathan is a father of three and foster father to many. His professional background includes early childhood teacher, child therapist, social service manager, and university lecturer.