Overview

Who It's For

The program is for 12 to 18-year-old high school students and is usually offered in partnership with schools during school hours, on school premises.

How We Help

Our facilitators give young people the opportunity to learn how they can support themselves and others as they navigate the growing variety of relationships in their lives.

What to Expect

Students are given an opportunity to share their experiences and feelings about relationships in their own lives. They also discuss their thoughts and understanding of what constitutes a healthy relationship. Role-playing is used in a fun and creative way to explore communication techniques.

Young people often experience a number of challenges in their relationships with others, including:

The teenage years can be some of the most important developmentally, yet often there are challenges that accompany all the changes happening in their lives.
Peer pressure
Bullying
Insecurities and low self-esteem
Conflict with their parents due to seeking greater independence
Handling heartbreaks for the first time
Questioning their sexuality

This program is designed to help students:

01
Understand the meaning of being in a relationship with another person
02
Identify the characteristics of healthy, unhealthy and abusive relationships
03
Learn how to interact with others with respect, compassion and understanding
04
Find ways to effectively communicate with one another
05
Reflect on the relationships in their own lives
06
Take skills and understandings into life beyond the school gates
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