Youth Wellbeing Project equips professionals to understand what skills young people need to critique porn culture and choose healthy connections.
Options for professional development include:
conferences & workshops
online training videos
Inservice for schools and youth agencies
When it comes to teaching relationships and sexuality education, the majority of teachers indicate they need assistance. A survey of Australian Secondary Teachers in 2010 found that the more sensitive a topic was, the more often assistance was needed by teachers.
As relationships and sexuality education is a specialist subject, staff often feel overwhelmed. Youth Wellbeing Project inservice may be tailored to your organisation’s needs. Examples of Professional Development sessions on offer include:
- Holistic sex ed: what is it and why does our school need it?
- Safety first: Abuse, consent and reporting
- Pornography: a Critical Analysis
- Communication technology merging with sexuality and relationships
- The impact of media on sexuality and identity: counteracting the impacts
- Understanding sexual development and gender
- Sexually Transmitted Infections and contraception
- Avoiding unwanted or unplanned sex and its outcomes
- Teachers partnering with parents – creating the balance between sex education responsibilities
Whatever your staff needs, contact us today by completing the booking form below.
Conference keynotes and workshops
An event’s success depends upon the quality of speakers involved. If they are engaging, educational, entertaining and empowering, the event impresses and equips delegates and the organisers are applauded. If speakers are ordinary, everyone involved is let down. We understand the research that goes into selecting the right speaker for a professional event so whether it’s a keynote or breakout session, we are happy to arrange a free consultation to discuss. Please complete the booking enquiry so we can help you get your event set for success.
To Whom it May Concern:
Liz Walker spoke at the recent Australasian Institute of Sexual Health Medicine 2015 conference in Sydney where she presented a talk on the effects of the porn culture on young people called ‘Implications of porn use for Teen Mental Wellbeing’.
Liz is an exceptionally passionate and articulate speaker who has thoroughly researched her topic and presents in an accessible and interesting manner. Her message is strong and uncompromising, backed by clinical experience and research. An expert in this controversial area I expect to see Liz on the world stage in the near future warning of the effects of the porn culture on future generations.
Director – AISHM
(Australasian Institute of Sexual Health Medicine)