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Series: Personal Development & Health


A Sense of Identity

A Sense of Identity

Child Psychologist Andrew Fuller hosts a frank, honest discussion of identity with a panel of teens of various ages, gender and cultural backgrounds. Join us in the studio as we see and hear Sarah, Carlos, Ashleigh, and Aldi open up about their...Show More
Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle

Achieve a Healthy Lifestyle

Many different factors influence our wellbeing. What we do and what we put in our bodies has a direct impact on the way we feel. A person's physical, social and cultural environments are all factors which may improve or hinder a person's...Show More
Addiction in First Nations: Lindsay's Story

Addiction in First Nations: Lindsay's Story

Lindsay (Eekwol) grew up in the First Nations community. She experienced an unforgiving world of drugs, alcohol and violence, within her family. As a child, she lived in fear while her parents and their friends had endless parties that often...Show More
Advertising, the Media and Your Health

Advertising, the Media and Your Health

If you are a young person today, you are part of a generation that consumes more media than any previous generation. So how does it affect you? Are you likely to be violent, a smoker, drink more, eat more or eat less? This thought-provoking...Show More
Ageing Well

Ageing Well

This programme examines old age; what happens in the body and mind and how a person can aim to reach a happy and healthy old age.
Anxiety and Depression: Eleanor's Story

Anxiety and Depression: Eleanor's Story

Eleanor had a hard time fitting in. She was severely bullied through elementary school. High school wasn’t any different but this time it got a lot worse as she became very depressed and developed paralysing anxiety to the point where she...Show More
Arresting Anger

Arresting Anger

In this video teenagers talk about how they feel when they are angry and how they express their anger.
Be Aware of Your Surroundings

Be Aware of Your Surroundings

This is a suspenseful tale about the consequences we face if we are not aware of our surroundings. Follow Billy’s journey to school as his friends try to help, but Billy ultimately does not listen. Through Billy’s misadventures, students will...Show More
Be Safe at Home

Be Safe at Home

In this ‘terrifying’ tale, Billie mysteriously turns up at Sam and Samantha's house in the middle of a thunderstorm. Ignoring all the house rules their parents have put in place, Billie wreaks havoc before suddenly vanishing after answering a...Show More
Because Money Still Matters: Living Expenses

Because Money Still Matters: Living Expenses

The cost of living is something we are faced with all our lives, and there are so many complex factors that impact on it. For young people who are studying or working full-time, often keeping abreast of everything that affects how much money they...Show More
Behaving Ethically Online

Behaving Ethically Online

The message of this teen-centred video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online. Teenage hosts discuss the components which make up cyberbullying, and how to become an “upstander” rather than a bystander. The...Show More
Better Ways to Communicate

Better Ways to Communicate

Bullying is the deliberate and intentional desire to hurt or frighten another person or group less powerful than the bully. Many of us may have experienced bullying and know how damaging it can be to our self-esteem and confidence. But there...Show More
Binge Drinking

Binge Drinking

This programme explores issues with young people and alcoholic binge drinking.
Body Shapes: Accepting Our Natural Body Shape

Body Shapes: Accepting Our Natural Body Shape

There are many pressures on us to have an ideal body. Feeling good about ourselves means accepting ourselves the way we are. Topics covered include where our body-shape come from in terms of heredity, fitness, diet and exercise. We look at the...Show More
Breaking Poverty: Billionaire PA's Story

Breaking Poverty: Billionaire PA's Story

Poverty drugs, violence, abuse, family death….all of which Demitrius experienced as a child and young teenager. He became a great salesman. The only problem is he sold drugs on the street landing him in and out of jail. What else you can you do...Show More
Broken Families: Lydia’s Story

Broken Families: Lydia’s Story

Lydia’s life as a child was filled with family dysfunction, drugs, abuse and the death of her mother. She ended up in the foster care system before the age of 10 and would endure moving between 36 different foster homes. Lydia was left with a...Show More
Building Resilience

Building Resilience

This programme discusses how a person can become resilient and talks about methods that we could use to withstand stress and trauma without permanent damage. If someone is resilient, they have the ability to "bounce back" after something negative...Show More
Buzz in a Bottle: The Dangers of Caffeine Spiked Energy Drinks

Buzz in a Bottle: The Dangers of Caffeine Spiked Energy Drinks

Kids are consuming more energy drinks than ever before. To them they seem like just a harmless drink, but of course the truth is far more complex. Using interviews with teens and health experts, this excellent program describes the many...Show More
Caffeine Overdose: How Much Is Too Much?

Caffeine Overdose: How Much Is Too Much?

Many teens readily consume caffeinated drinks: coffee, tea, colas, energy boosters, caffeinated sports drinks, and more. Many teens also use powdered caffeine or energy shots to boost energy for all-nighters, performances, competitions, or exams....Show More

Calm Breathing

Breathing not only keeps us alive – it’s also great for helping our body and brain do different things, like calming down or getting ready for action. This Miniclip introduces the three main areas in our body that breathing works with and...Show More

Calming My Body and Brain

Brains are useful for many things but not so great at helping you feel calm and safe – although they do try! Your brain might tell you, “You need to calm down!”, but it doesn’t really get rid of feelings of fear or stress inside the...Show More
Cancer, Heart and Bone Conditions

Cancer, Heart and Bone Conditions

Many diseases in our society are a result of lifestyle choices. Consider smoking, drinking alcohol and choosing not to partake in physical activity. The government and other organisations spend millions of dollars each year attempting to curb the...Show More
Chlamydia: The Secret Is Out

Chlamydia: The Secret Is Out

Chlamydia is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections (STI) worldwide. In Australia, since 1998 cases of Chlamydia have been increasing at rate of roughly 20% per year, making it our most common STI. This Australian Government...Show More
Communication Basics

Communication Basics

Send the right message by communicating clearly! Join hosts Anne and Ben as they learn about the basics of communication! They speak with a communication professor and professional actors demonstrate the importance of body language and non-verbal...Show More
Community

Community

Accidents and injuries occur without warning. When incidents happen in public places, often the welfare of the victim depends on the level of help they receive before qualified paramedics or other professionals can attend to them. For this...Show More