“MOAT’s YMHFA training presented at Queen’s College by Bryan Jeffrey was a tremendous, life-changing experience. I’ve been an educator for over 30 years and even though I already have considerable knowledge about some areas of mental health, the presentation brought all the pieces together and made me realise how much I DIDN’T know. More importantly, the training covered in depth what all youth workers, educators and volunteers SHOULD know. It has been less than 48 hours since the completion of the training and I’ve already been able to apply – on several occasions – some of what I learned. It has been invaluable both professionally and personally. MOAT’s YMHFA training was one of the most useful, important and effective PDs I’ve ever experienced. Thank you for enriching and empowering me as a youth leader and educator; those in my care will be the better for it.”
Dr Kathleen McGuire
Director of Music, Queen’s College – The University of Melbourne
“Bryan brought extensive experience in service delivery, a depth of knowledge on the topic and the ability to deliver that in an enlightened, engaging manner. As a professional educator myself, I thought the training was absolutely first class and I would have no hesitation in recommending Bryan to others in the sector.”
Specialist Rehabilitation and Recovery Staff.
“Bryan Jeffrey delivered an outstanding professional staff development session on ‘Adolescent students with anxiety & depression, and the impact this has on their learning and the classroom environment’
His presentation style and the quality of information he presented engaged and inspired staff. As a principal of a secondary college, I would have no hesitation in recommending Bryan to other schools who wish to provide staff with key strategies in appropriately dealing with these ‘highly at risk’ students.”
Cranbourne Secondary College