Youth Wellbeing Project provides holistic relationships & sexuality education to enhance children and young people’s protective behaviours, quality of relationships and resilience to porn culture. Our programs and presentations are based on best practice sexuality education and curriculum standards, and grounded in a whole-person centred approach.
Sexuality Education can be overwhelming for schools who balance competing demands to meet curriculum outcomes. That’s why Youth Wellbeing Project provides support through programs and presentations based on best practice sexuality education & curriculum standards, grounded in a ‘whole school’, whole-person centred approach.
We understand how challenging talking about sexuality can be for parents – and now, it has become essential to also talk about pornography. Youth Wellbeing Project is here to strengthen parents confidence to create positive communication with their kids about sexuality, mental health, relationships, porn and wellbeing.
Navigating sexuality and relationships in a pornified culture is not easy and many schools are caught off guard. Youth Wellbeing Project takes the lead in empowering you to understand what support young people need. We equip educators, youth workers & wellbeing staff with skills and confidence to deliver positive relationship & sexuality messages.
- IQ PROGRAM packages and in-class delivery for primary and secondary schools
- Cohort presentations for primary and secondary schools
- Professional Development for educators, youth services and health professionals
- Consultancy Services
Youth Wellbeing Project can help you achieve a positive and healthy approach to relationships & sexuality education for children, teens, parents, educators and school communities.
Liz Walker has provided consultancy for public and private schooling sectors, government departments and not-for-profit organisations. Liz is a founding board director of eChildhood, an Australian registered health promotion charity dedicated to mobilising responses that reduce the harmful effects of pornography on children and young people. Liz is also Director of Health Education at Culture Reframed, taking the global lead as the first health promotion effort to recognize and address pornography as the public health crisis of the digital age. With a broad depth of knowledge, Liz is passionate about ensuring that professionals understand this topic.