BOOK A TEEN SEMINAR
Help influence the values your teens adopt. Through video, role play, music, personal stories and games, help the next generation discover purpose, value and hope.
Presenters will challenge your teens in an engaging, interactive and thought provoking manner to make healthy choices for their future. Our staff have extensive experience communicating with young people and bring a fresh and dynamic approach to encourage healthy behaviour regarding relationships, alcohol & other drugs.
- Suitable for Government and Independent schools
- Evidence based
- 60 to 90 minutes
- 3 student and 1 parent session included in Impact package
- Can be tailored to suit
"I have learnt a lot and I am going to try again and change what I do. I have done a lot of things that I regret, thanks for
talking to us"
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touch with the students and communicated very effectively. The students remained engaged and interested."
No Apologies – No regrets
This evidence based seminar approaches the subject of sex from a holistic framework, so that kids can make informed, healthy choices. Topics cover the physical, psychological and relational risks associated with sexual activity (including the latest scientific findings on STIs, pornography and bonding hormones). It also focuses on the many beneficial outcomes (health, educational, financial, relational) that come with saying “Yes” to healthy friendships and future goals. (Suited for year 7 and up).
RAD (Relationships, Alcohol, Drugs)
Helping students make healthy choices in the area of alcohol and drugs, RAD gives student’s skills to overcome the negative influences of peer pressure and conformity. (Suited for years 7 to 9).
Designed to inspire through personal testimony and story, the seminar focuses on getting teens to think about their future and making wise choices in life. The seminar is designed to help them realise their responsibilities to their community. They will be taught about the negative consequences of pornography, sexual promiscuity, and binge drinking. (Suited for year 10 and up).
This seminar outlines the effects of bullying on victims. Identifies the various types of bullying behaviour and gives tips on how to resist the bully. (Suited for years 6 to 9).
Who Am I?
“Who am I?” is a fundamental question for all young people. This seminar will introduce them to the different influences that shape and define who we are. It will challenge and encourage them to identify the sources and critically assess the messages they receive. It will also give them a framework and practical strategies for building a healthy self image.
The Truth about Pornography
There are references to sex everywhere we look – but very little good information. Our young people need facts and wise counsel if they are to make healthy choices. ‘The Truth about Pornography’ provides a forum to discuss the nature and impact of pornography and its use. Using up-to-date statistics, scientific findings and real stories, the seminar explores issues relating to relationships, identity and addiction. This is one of our most impactful seminars.
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Seminar: "The Truth about Pornography" explores:
- What is Pornography
- Why Pornography has flourished online
- How Pornography makes Human beings a product to be bought and sold
- Why are teenagers looking at Pornography?
- What's happening in your brain when Pornography is viewed
- The Addictive nature of Pornography
- The Psychology of images
- Pornography changes individual’s beliefs about what sorts of sexual behaviour are appropriate and acceptable
- The way ahead
Source / Wired for Intimacy. How Pornography hijacks the Brain. By Dr. William M. Struthers
- Increased knowledge of the dangers of pornography
- Increased knowledge of how Pornography impacts the brain
- The ability to make wiser choices in the face of peer group, cultural & social media pressures
- The ability to self-reflect & make changes necessary for personal growth
- A heightened awareness of, and skills to, critique unhealthy and untrue messages about Media and the world
- Greater respect for themselves and others.
- A sense of personal empowerment as they learn to own their own thoughts and choices;
- Understanding the importance of setting healthy goals, defining their values and building character
Source / False Intimacy. Understanding the struggle of sexual addiction. By Dr. Harry W. Schaumburg