Who We Serve

We focus on what each of us CAN do to: stay safe, protect our loved ones, strengthen our relationships, and reduce isolation.  These strategies build connection, resilience, and security, which positively impacts our mental wellbeing.

Our programmes range from preschoolers through to elderly of all abilities, and are delivered through pre-schools, primary, intermediate and secondary schools, direct to organisations and community groups.  Delivery can be face-to-face or online and all programmes are tailored to clients’ specific needs.

Early Childhood

For teachers, parents, caregivers, other caring adults and children aged 0-5 years.

Social-emotional safety skills to build consistent, common language and common strategies for conflict resolution and boundary setting for the young children in your life.


For teachers, parents, caregivers, coaches, activity leaders, other caring adults and children aged 5-12 years.

Social-emotional safety skills to help protect young people from many types of harm and equip them with strategies for a lifetime of safer, more positive experiences with people everywhere they go.


For teachers, parents, caregivers, coaches, activity leaders, other caring adults and teenagers.

Core social-emotional safety skills for effective communication, advocacy, and self-protection to support safer, more positive experiences with people as they take on more independence.


For adults and young people aged 13+.

Social-emotional safety skills to equip adults of all ages to protect themselves from physical and emotional violence, protect loved ones of all ages and abilities from abuse, bullying, assault, and other interpersonal harm and strengthen relationships in their personal and professional lives with conflict resolution, consent, advocacy, boundary setting and other communication skills.

Different Abilities

Experiential, strengths-based approach to social-emotional safety skills for adults, teens, and children with diverse physical, cognitive, developmental, and neurological abilities.

We focus on people’s unique capacities and intelligences as well as on the strengths of their communities, cultures, and families providing practical tools to build resiliency and to prevent bullying, violence and abuse.

People facing other life challenges

Our workshops for the general public are appropriate for most people who have difficult life challenges.  Includes staff of residential care facilities, domestic violence prevention programmes, organisations helping people who are targets of prejudice, alcohol and drug treatment programmes, and organisations supporting survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

Tailored programmes to help develop a strong set of safety skills within the context of the effect of past experiences on how to weigh options and make safe choices, whilst acknowledging and respecting the hard issues they face.


For companies wanting to supporting employee safety and positive workplace culture. For social service agencies focused on specific issues (i.e. foster care, homelessness, recovery, independent living, mental health, youth leadership, families impacted by incarceration) giving staff and clients safety strategies to use and teach in their lives and work. For health care providers wanting skills they can use as well as strategies for protecting and empowering patients and consumers.

Teacher PLD

For parents, educators, and other caregivers on how to use prevention, advocacy, intervention, and personal safety strategies and skills to protect their children and teens from harm and to empower the young people in their lives to take charge of their own emotional and physical safety.

Tailored Sessions

We also provide tailored sessions for individuals, families and whānau.

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Let's talk about primary prevention in our whānau, our communities, and Aotearoa. We're looking forward to hearing from you.

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