Criminal Justice

The Where’s Your Head At project works with young people who are involved within the criminal justice system

Where’s Your Head At (WYHA)

The Where’s Your Head At project introduces young people who are involved within the criminal justice system to the concept of NLP. Neuro-Linguistic Programming is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy, which helps individuals understand their own minds, how they came to think and behave the way they do, and how to modify their thoughts and behaviours to achieve desired outcomes. Key aspects of the project are:

  • Understanding NLP- Participants will learn the basics of NLP, including its principles, techniques, and applications in daily life.
  • Personal Development- The project focuses on using NLP techniques for personal development such as achieving goals, improving communication skills, and enhancing self-confidence.
  • Practical Exercises- Participants will engage in practical exercises to apply NLP techniques in real life scenario, helping them to better understand and control their thoughts and behaviours.
  • Mentorship- Experienced NLP practitioners will guide participants throughout the project, providing valuable insight and feedback.
  • Peer Interaction- The project provides a platform for participants to share their experiences and learn from each other in a supportive and collaborative environment.

The goal of the Where’s Your Head At Project is empower youth through Neuro-Linguistic Programming and to equip individuals with the tools and techniques of NLP, enabling them to achieve their potential and make positive changes in their lives.

If you would like to make a referral, please know that the following process is in place:

Referral made- Facilitators will go through referrals and make in depth notes based on the information received.

Referral consultation- Facilitators will meet with the referrer and expand on any concerns they have and ask for further information if required regarding those who could potentially take part.

Risk assessment- Facilitators will complete a risk assessment while on site to ensure that they have everything necessary to provide a positive experience.

Referrals must be completed and returned to Vibe Youth two weeks prior to project commencement.

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