Youth Health Education



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08/01/2016

Youth Health Education

Youth Health Education (YHE) is dedicated to improving youth, aged 14-25,  health outcomes through a holistic approach looking at the 6 areas of health, physical, emotional, cognitive, social, cultural and spiritual health. YHE tackles youth health issues by confronting those once, uncomfortable topics in a professional, educational and interactive way thereby eradicating community stigma, stereotypes and myths which impact youth health outcomes.

All programs, topics and information have been academically researched and based on statistical information that have been formally trialled and proven.

YHE contributors work with all members of the community including school staff, sporting organisations, health organisations, students, consumers, parents and carers and have experience working with all age groups and ability levels in organisations such as Teacher Training Association (TTA), Worklearner, Australian Football League (AFL), Volleyball Victoria Inc, Mental Illness Fellowship, Arthritis Victoria, secondary schools, local councils and junior football leagues around Melbourne.

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Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
by Raphael Lambert on 23/01/2018

Great information and practical advice.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Interesting and informative.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Thoroughly enjoyed it. Natasha knew her content and was very passionate. Would have liked more practical activities.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Very interesting and informative.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Lots of information – not enough time.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
by Dimitri Verghios on 23/01/2018

Excellent Tash – thank you.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
by Lisa Thompson on 23/01/2018

Rushed a bit at times. Great information!

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

I found it interesting but it wasn’t what I thought it was going to cover. It was more ‘What Is Mental Health’ rather than processes and strategies.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

More practical strategies.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Lots of science, I was expecting more on strategies. But still very good.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Valuable information about mental health. However, not enough practical strategies in the classroom. Information needs to be broken up with more activities.

Youth Mental Health – Risk and Protective Factors
23/01/2018

Content for the first half was intensive and the presenter was knowledgeable.
More information or scenario with student welfare and procedure focus.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
by Daniel Fallico on 19/01/2018

Content was great. Presented in an interactive way with great examples, activities and up to date data/statistics/laws for us to walk away with.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
19/01/2018

Very relevant. Good balance between theory and strategy.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
19/01/2018

The presenter was open to discussion, clear and easy to understand. The content could have had more up to date/new information. The course would be best suited to people who are new to teaching this content. Presenter was passionate about the topic.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
19/01/2018

Had some fantastic ideas for activities which encourage students to explore the nature of relationships. Passionate view (strong protective views) about females and their safety in relationships.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
19/01/2018

Interesting but too basic going over definitions of communication and what contraceptive methods are. We know. We teach it.

Sexuality and Respectful Relationships for Young People
by Lisa Thompson on 19/01/2018

Information was good. Sometimes, I got lost with the flow and connection of information.