About the course
Courageous Conversations: Let's Talk About the Impact of Pornography
Pornography is more widely accepted, accessible, affordable, and anonymous than ever before. This course is designed to help parents have courageous conversations with their children about the impact of pornography.
Through open and honest dialogue, parents will learn how to address pornography and other difficult topics. The course will provide practical information and advice on how to talk to children about sex, relationships, and being a human.
***Childcare is available onsite during the Seminar. If using this service, please ensure you register your kids using the registration link below***
Date: 14 November, 7pm-9pm
Who is this course for?
Parents of families and young people
What topics are covered?
1. Technology - What are they on?
Risks and things to be aware of, brain development.
2. Statistics and what porn is, how it impacts our young people, what are we as a country doing, what can you as a family can do.
3. Panel answering questions relating to pornography.
Liz has spent many years traveling around Aotearoa on a mission to build resilience and confidence. Professionally trained as a youth worker, she loves to communicate with humour, speak from her own experiences and tailor stories that are relevant to the audience. Liz is also passionate about young people developing confidence, creating a life that they love, and making choices that they are proud of.
As a Pastoral Care specialist at LIFE Church, he brings a wealth of expertise to his role. He is an active participant of SASA (Sexual Addiction Specialists Aotearoa), an organisation that trains and equips professionals in the field of sex addiction, recognized as the fastest-growing addiction today.
Alan is also a Conquer facilitator, our course for men to break free from the chains of pornography addiction.
Alan’s unwavering passion for helping individuals and his proactive approach to education and awareness make him a trusted guide on the journey to freedom. His commitment to professional development and continuous learning ensures that he stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field, always seeking new pathways for growth and transformation.
Betrayal Trauma Specialist
With a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling from the University of Auckland, and a Master of Science in Medicine (Sexual Health/Psychosexual Therapy) from the University of Sydney. Jo has done specialty training in sexual addiction, partner betrayal trauma, group therapy and full therapeutic disclosures. She has had the privilege of working with clients from all over the world and facilitating both national and international workshops. She is a consultant for The Light Project, a charity equipping youth, their families and professionals to navigate the new porn landscape.