Please take the time to read what others have said about the services.
“Ken has the knack for engaging with the young person behind the aggressive, destructive, alienated stance, and helping them release their energies more creatively and constructively.”
Dr Henry Luiker, Clinical Psychologist, Parks Clinic, Woollahra NSWW
“R.A.G.E. is an excellent program for young people from the ages of 10 -14 years. After working with a small group within our school, both students and their parents have noted the difference in attitude and behaviour of these young men. This program provides opportunities to develop new ways of thinking and responding to challenges and issues confronting adolescents in their daily lives. Under the guidance of Facilitator (and author) Ken Nathan, students are lead through a series of modules which provide a safe environment to explore feelings and emotions. Ken was able to inject a sense of fun into the learning experience as well as managing to keep the objectives of the program firmly in place.”
"Ken is a dynamic group leader with particularly high skills in engaging with young people. He was a valued coordinator of the Zone youth drop-in at
Ms Yatra Sherwood, Manager, Richmond Community Services Inc.
“The MAAD workshop provides an opportunity for parents and those that work with adolescents to discover the science and developmental issues behind adolescent anger and aggression. Building on this learning the course leaves participants with a broad range of proven strategies that will help reduce adolescent anger within home and school settings. Best of all these strategies are easy to learn and encourage the development of positive respectful relationships between adolescents and their carers. This course will improve your delivery of the RAGE course or other courses aimed at helping adolescents with anger control issues. Highly recommended!”
Peter Johnson. School Counselor, Mitchell High School NSW.
"Ken Nathan's manner in working with seriously troubled adolescents is astutely professional but more importantly kind and persistent; instilling hope and pride where previously there was none.
He has wisdom and patience beyond his years and though he has taken on a big brief I have no doubt he is up to the job. This bodes well for the young people under his guidance"
Susan Jarnason. Credentialed Mental Health Nurse, Parks Clinic. Woollahra NSW.
It is quite often we come across young developing minds in need of a guiding light. So often we are left to battle the challenging and often reckless behaviours of our teens on our own with little or no clue as to how.
Kelly (Out of Home Care Worker)