Our group programs, which are delivered in high schools and on premises, are designed to foster personal development, being informed and at peace with who you are. We tackle real and serious issues in practical and engaging ways, all the while promoting real learning and self-improvement.
If you are interested in learning more about their programs and when they are running, please contact our centre manager on 9548 2734 or email email@example.com.
Programs For Young People
Love Bites is an extremely successful school-based domestic and family violence and sexual assault prevention program. It is based on best practice standards for education programs as recommended by leading academics in the area of violence against women, and is aligned with the PDHPE high school curriculum in NSW.
RAGE (Re-navigating Angry and Guilty Emotions) is an anger management course for young people aged 11- 17 years. It is a strengths based, solution focused program that is a hands on, practical workshop to help young people recognize triggers, develop coping strategies and understand that anger is a natural emotion.
The small group is a safe space to talk and connect with others. During the sessions we explore friendships, bullying, mental health, self-esteem and body image, managing difficult feelings and values. The group fosters an accepting and positive atmosphere that is focused on building strengths and resilience, and is a safe space to explore the issues and topics mostly affecting girls their age. We aim to help them feel more confident, positive, supported, and answer any questions they may have.
BOYS GROUP (In Development)
The Boys’ Program provides practical support to boys in high school – addressing issues such as bullying, identity, difficult emotions, mental health, strengthening relationships, the online world (sexting etc) and healthy connections. The program aims to encourage and assist young people in self-discovery to transition into adulthood with confidence, self-belief and self-worth.
Drum Beat Program focusing on exploring healthy, supportive relationships with an emphasis on team work and co-operation. Themes such as self-responsibility, values, emotional expression, identity and peer pressure are all addressed in this program that aims to engage, connect, entertain and encourage participants allowing the expression of creativity and reducing anxiety and stress.
Using our free walls out the back of EDYS to begin with, we hope to establish ourselves as a centre for the arts. Not only graffiti art, but also sculptures, paste ups and photography. Looking to do installations in house and also around Engadine. Most supplies will be provided, but you must bring your own specialised equipment.
We also offer a range of programs for parents and carers, who help all the family learn to communicate and improve relationships.