Butterfly have created workshops, presentations and resources for young people, professionals and parents address the factors influencing negative body image, disordered eating and the development of eating disorders. Since 2006, Butterfly Education has reached over 575,000+ young people and over 6,500 parents and professionals.
Butterfly Education includes:
Butterfly Education offers prevention focused workshops and presentations directly to young people in Year 3 – Year 12 in schools, youth and community settings and sporting associations.
1 in 5 students globally say they have missed school because they feel they don’t look good enough and 31% of teenagers are withdrawing from classroom debate because they don’t want to draw attention to the way they look.
Butterfly Education offers training and development to teachers, youth and community professionals working with young people.
Workshops are prevention focused and provide practitioners with the knowledge, confidence and resources to support positive body esteem and healthy behaviours in young people. They support practitioners to implement awareness and prevention strategies and to provide basic early intervention and referral support.
Body image is consistently reported as one of the top three concerns for young people. With society’s increasing obsession with appearance and diet it can be difficult for parents to know how to support positive body image.
Butterfly Education’s parent workshop aims to empower parents so that they feel better equipped to help their child develop and maintain body confidence through their child and adolescent years.
Butterfly Education has a unique range of workshops, presentations and educational resources to help all members of the community understand the risk and protective factors in the development of eating disorders. In particular, we aim to empower communities to support body confidence in young people in a positive and effective way.
Butterfly would love your school to join Australia’s largest positive body image initiative this SEPTEMBER by supporting your students’ BODY CONFIDENCE! Want to find out more?
It can be extremely difficult raising the subject of eating disorders with a friend or loved one. To be supportive one needs to learn what to say and what not to say.
We can help you with knowing when to talk to your friend and what to say. ›
Communicating your concern with your child about eating and dieting behaviour can be extremely difficult. Butterfly offers a range of services that can provide you with skills and information related to communicating with your child.
We can help you with recognising issues and what to do. ›
Teachers and those working with young people are often the first to become aware of dis-ordered eating behaviours. Butterfly Education provides early intervention and prevention skills for professionals working with young people.We have a range of advice & resources ›