Dr Helen Street

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Helen is available for speaking engagements, workshops and ongoing support for contextual wellbeing in schools and colleges across Australia and internationally.

Please contact Helen via her contact page here.

“Helen is a pioneer for positivity in our schools. She asks the scratchy questions, challenges the preconceived notions and presents a fresh way of thinking. All this is backed up by her extensive informed research. Her presentations are poignant and oozing with thought provoking integrity.”
Steve Heron OAM, author and founder of BUZ schools’ programs

"Helen Street captivated an audience of 1,300 conference delegates at Happiness & Its Causes 2016 with her erudite, informative and entertaining presentation. Helen is a consummate keynote speaker, able to communicate key message in a clear and concise way. Delegates also loved the use of humour and creativity in her presentation of important health messages. I’d have no hesitation in recommending Helen as a speaker for any event."

Beth Phelan, Conference Director, Happiness & Its Causes Conference

“We were inspired after seeing Helen address a Positive Schools conference to invite her to the International School of Düsseldorf in Germany.  She supported us significantly in our goal of investigating and developing wellbeing and she created a custom-made school reform plan based on her specific findings from our community.  Helen is an engaging speaker about well-being in schools who is challenging, entertaining and thought provoking. She discusses research findings with authority and passion, and stresses the importance of context to well-being in a learning community.”

Colin Campbell, Senior School Deputy Principal, International School of Düsseldorf, Germany

“Dr Helen Street is not only a highly knowledgeable speaker, she is also a very engaging presenter who is consistently informative and inspiring.   Helen leaves you feeling that you have new ways of thinking and importantly new ideas to put into practice to enhance the wellbeing of young people.”
Dr Sue Roffey FRSA AFBPS, Honorary Professor at Exeter and Western Sydney Universities, Director Growing Great Schools Worldwide




E: Helen.Street at UWA.edu.au 
T:0011 61 (0) 8 – 9388 8843  F:0011 61 (0) 8 – 9388 8848