It's no longer IF but WHEN
Pornography is everywhere and young people are being exposed at younger and younger ages. When a parent discovers their child has been watching pornography they are often scared and react badly, yelling and banning computers and phones.
Once the anger and fear subside, it's an opportunity to support your child and make sure they have the information they need.
For pre-pubescent children encountering pornography can be deeply upsetting and confusing. Stricter controls need to be placed on the use of technology and usage should be monitored. It is also essential to provide the child space to talk about what has happened.
This pack contains one (1) individual support session for parents/caregivers to help them understand their own feelings and reactions, and work out how they would like to proceed. It also contains a personalised workbook to guide conversations with the child and explore the meaning of pornography and respectful relationships.
For older children, puberty is a time of sexual curiosity. Wanting to find out about sex and searching for answers online is normal behaviour. However, encountering pornography which is often violent and degrading can have lasting impacts on the young person.
This four (4) session pack is tailored to the young person and is designed to provide them with the skills needed to make sense of what they have seen, to support them to understand their own behaviour in a shame-free way, strengthen their ability to be critical consumers of sexual media.
Cost: $550 (payment plans and discounts available)