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    I am a self-employed practitioner in Health Promotion. My main area of interest is in Sexual Health and Relationships work however I have vast experience of working across a variety of areas, including youth work, education and social care covering a range of issues relating to health & well-being, specifically drugs, alcohol and mental health and well-being. I plan and deliver presentations, training courses, workshops and lessons. I also produce teaching resources and health promotion materials, conduct needs assessments and small scale pieces of research.

    I am based in Sussex, but also work across the UK. I am passionate and committed to Health Promotion and sex and relationships work, specifically the entitlement of young people to high quality objective sex and relationships education. I have been working in the field of Health Promotion, Supporting Behaviour change, Motivational Interviewing and sex and relationships education for 15 years.  I am a member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers)

    I am a self-employed practitioner in Health Promotion. My main area of interest is in Sexual Health and Relationships work however I have vast experience of working across a variety of areas, including youth work, education and social care covering a range of issues relating to health & well-being, specifically drugs, alcohol and mental health and well-being. I plan and deliver presentations, training courses, workshops and lessons. I also produce teaching resources and health promotion materials, conduct needs assessments and small scale pieces of research.I am based in Sussex, but also work across the UK. I am passionate and committed to Health Promotion and sex and relationships work, specifically the entitlement of young people to high quality objective sex and relationships education. I have been working in the field of Health Promotion, Supporting Behaviour change, Motivational Interviewing and sex and relationships education for 15 years.  I am a member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers)

  • As well as my extensive work with practitioners, I also work directly with young people, delivering lessons, workshops and 1-1 sessions. I currently work with The Young People's Centre in Brighton and the wider Youth Collective http://www.brightonandhoveyout... This is important to me to ensure my training courses are kept in line with current practice (I also love this work :)

  • My background is in the NHS, education and youth work.  I have a BA (Hons)in Education and MA in Health Promotion.  I currently work on a freelance basis developing and providing high quality training, developing educational resources and conducting needs assessments and small scale research. I also directly deliver lessons and workshops to young people in schools, colleges and youth settings.

  • I have been an Associate Trainer for the FPA for the past 6 years.  I developed and deliver a one  day course 'Fantasy Vs Reality: the impact and influence of pornography on young people's sexual attitudes and behaviour'.  I have also co-written and deliver 'The Pleasure Principle' and 'Young people, sex and alcohol' for the FPA.  If you are interested in booking on these courses, visit www.fpa.org.uk/training 

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  • PSHE

    I am experienced at delivering PSHE lessons on a range of topics, including mental health & well-being; sex & relationships.

  • Health Promotion

    I worked as a Senior Sexual Health Promotion Practitioner for the NHS in Brighton & Hove for 12 years

  • Youth Work

    Liz Dean Consultancy has teamed up with Laura Clark, a very experienced Sex Educator to advocate for the sex and relationship rights of people with learning disabilities

  • Sex and Relationships

    I have recently been working on behalf of the Brighton & Hove Healthy Schools Team and I have developed a teaching pack covering the impact and influence of the media and pornography on young people's sexualisation