and School Groups
Adolescence and young adulthood can be a turbulent time in a person’s life, with young people often starting to make risky or harmful choices that can affect their current and future wellbeing and health. Through early intervention and motivational programs like the Mindset Project, young people are offered the opportunity to consider their current mindset, the way they make choices, and how it affects them and those around them. By examining some of the underlying signs and causes of negative mindsets, the program can help make an impact on young people in how they approach their own mindset and subsequent life choices moving into adulthood and beyond.
“Schools are therefore, the ideal settings to provide universal programs and interventions to improve mental health and mental health awareness, reduce stigma, encourage help-seeking and provide pathways to support.”- Youth mental health report Youth Survey 2012-16 - Mission Australia
Presented by NRL Manly Sea Eagles player Joel Thompson, the Mindset Project's motivational workshop is delivered at your location for groups of 5 to 500. Offering engaging and candid personal stories, combined with the tools Joel has developed during his own journey overcoming adversity and hardship, the workshop content can be tailored to your group's needs, including youth at-risk, indigenous groups, and school syllabus outcomes.