About

Youth Health Education (YHE) was founded by Natasha Wilmann and is dedicated to improving the lives of young people aged 14-25 years, their families and surrounding communities. YHE tackles youth health issues by confronting those once, uncomfortable topics in a professional, educational and interactive environment to eradicate community stigma, stereotypes and myths which impact youth health outcomes.

 

Six essential components of health

Youth Health Education works with young people and their surrounding communities, including schools, parents and sporting clubs, to develop six essential components of health read more.

 

 

Services

Youth Health Education provides professional development and education via private consultation, group presentations and interactive workshops. We work with youth (ages 12-24), teachers, sporting clubs, social welfare service providers, families, parents and individuals.

 

Programs

  • PATS - Paying Attention to Self

PATS - Paying Attention to Self is a peer support group for young people aged 12 – 18 years who have a parent and/or sibling with a mental health issue.

  • CHAMPS Peer Support Program

For children aged 8 - 12 years who have a parent and/or Sibling with mental health issues, including children who do not live with their parents.

CONSULTING

Consultation on any of the provided topics is available for individuals,  sporting clubs or schools. Clients specify the issue/s they would like to tackle and consulting includes evaluation of current policy, organisational environment (physical and emotional)...read more.

 

Presentations

A lecture style format with interactive question and activity sessions for participants. Presentations include current youth health information, research, statistics, prevention and intervention models, risk and protective factors, discourse, myths and ...read more.

 

Workshops

Confronting and optimistic presentations of personal real life stories from individuals that have experienced hardship (such as abuse, injury, addiction, illness, disability, domestic violence and/or mental illness) and how these obstacles affected all areas of their health and ...read more.

 

 

Enquire

If you have a youth related challenge or concern, please feel welcome to contact Youth Health Education in confidence by completing the following form.

 

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