Cyberbullying:headspace group chat for young people

Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices and includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful or mean content about someone else. It can have a hugely damaging effect on the way you feel about yourself or your mental health.

eheadspace and Project Rockit have teamed up to help support young people who may be experiencing cyber bulling, or if they see it happening to someone else.

If you support a young person who is going through this, please take this opportunity to inform them of this group chat so that they can speak online with our eheadspace mental health clinicians and headspace Youth National Reference Group members. We welcome you to ask questions and to share your own experiences and advice to others!

Join us Sunday 30 June between 7-8pm AEST. Click here to register for our session (and before the day to set a reminder for yourself if you want).

Send us an email if you’d like to add a question before the chat: groupchat@headspace.org.au

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