Let's Talk About It: The Workshop Series For Students

 

What Is It?

The only 90-minute, 10-part video series for middle-school and high-school-aged students that tackles body image, self-esteem, mental health, relationships, LGBTQIA+ topics, and so much more. 

What Students Will Learn:

Understanding Mental Health

Students will learn the common types of mental health conditions, eating disorders, and how to help a friend who may be struggling. 

Identifying Unhealthy Relationships

Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of giving and denying consent, how to identify abusive relationships, and LGBTQIA+ terminology.

Building Self Esteem

Students will walk away with the tools to maintain a positive self-esteem and body image. 

Get Your School On Board

Join Woburn, Foxborough, Ashland, and Millis in providing relevant and meaningful Social-Emotional Learning curriculum to students.

How It's Implemented

Each of the 10 episodes range from 5-20 minutes, and are designed to be easily implemented into wellness, guidance, or advisory classrooms as supplemental  curriculum.

What's Included

'Let's Talk About It' Workshop | 10 Discussion Worksheets | Consultation

Sample Episode On Mental Health:

 

Workshop Outline

Episode One: Introduction

Episode Two: Body Image Standards, and Cultural Messages About Body Image

Episode Three: Strategies for Body-Confidence

Episode Four: Eating Disorders Breakdown and How to Help a Friend With an ED

Episode Five: Mental Health Disorders Breakdown

Episode Six: Mental Health Continued; How to Reach Out for Help, and How to Help a Friend

Episode Seven: Consent and Communication in Relationships

Episode Eight: Gender and Sexuality (Featuring Guest Speaker Tommy)

Episode Nine: Abusive Relationships Vs Healthy Relationships

Episode Ten: Empowerment and Conclusion

Social-Emotional Learning Matters:

The numbers are startling: approximately 20% of adolescents have a diagnosable mental health disorder; suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for youth age 10-24; and approximately 50% of students age 14 and older with a mental illness drop out of school. - MWHF_2017

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Ashley has been working with educators for the past 6 years.

Her Social-Emotional-focused curriculum is now being implemented into classrooms grades 7-11.
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Our Workshop Series is Designed For School Curriculums

Let's Talk About It: The Workshop Series For Students is easy to implement in a wide variety of classroom settings, including mixed-gender classrooms.

Let's Work Together!

If you would like to see our curriculum implemented into your school, please reach out and we will be happy to assist you.

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