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Well-being with Dr. Jain

Inspiration & resources for Parents and Students 

Kids’ and Teens’ Corner

Hey kids! See what Dr. Jain is sharing to help you to be inspired, calm, and happy! You can navigate back to see all resources by clicking ‘Older Entries’.

Growing with Gratitude-Live, 30 minute EVENT on Wednesday June 17th ….

Bringing young people together from around the world to practise gratitude, kindness, empathy and to promote mental wellbeing… this FREE online event is happening in South Australia ( The timing is tricky but you can join online BEFORE the event ). If you join, you will be able to do the class ( which lasts 30 minutes) at any time that suits you. Just click on the button below and follow the steps to sign up!

I had a black dog, his name was depression

This beautiful story uses the metaphor of a black dog (given by Winston Churchill) to explain depression and what it can feel like. At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of...

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Parents’ Corner

Dr. Jain is regularly posting resources that we hope will also help you as parents to cope during this time.

Please click ‘Older Entries’ to see all resources.

Growing with Gratitude-Live, 30 minute EVENT on Wednesday June 17th ….

Bringing young people together from around the world to practise gratitude, kindness, empathy and to promote mental wellbeing… this FREE online event is happening in South Australia ( The timing is tricky but you can join online BEFORE the event ). If you join, you will be able to do the class ( which lasts 30 minutes) at any time that suits you. Just click on the button below and follow the steps to sign up!

I had a black dog, his name was depression

This beautiful story uses the metaphor of a black dog (given by Winston Churchill) to explain depression and what it can feel like. At its worst, depression can be a frightening, debilitating condition. Millions of people around the world live with depression. Many of...

read more