Healthy conversations with your teen around the crucial topics.




Sexual Decision Making



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Do you find it difficult to unpack the topics of sexual decision making, consent, sexting and pornography with your teens?
We hear from so many parents that they recognise that these are really important topics, and they really do want to be talking to their kids about this stuff.

The question is though; how do I have these conversations with my kids?

Over the last decade, we've spoken to over 250,000 teenagers in live audiences about the topics of sex, sexting, pornography, and consent.

These are crucial topics to unpack with young people.

We don't believe that parents should have to navigate these conversations on their own, feeling ill-equipped, unprepared, unaware about how to approach these topics.

Young people, they need you, your children, they need your input. 

We've put together this course so it can be as simple as pressing play. 

We create an environment for you to have these important conversations with your kids.

The reality is the one off, awkward birds and bees conversations never work. 
It definitely doesn't work in an Internet age.

Young people are growing up with more access to information than ever before...

They need to be educated from the most trusted source...
Their parent.
So we’ve made it easy for you to have the discussions with them.
We’re passionate about your kids having these conversations and we believe that your kids deserve to have this conversation with you.
Who do you want to be the educator for your teen?
Your teenager needs support to make healthy informed choices around consent, pornography, sexting, and sexual decision making.
  • 50% of students reported being pressured or coerced into sending an explicit image of themselves.
  • ​70% of year 10 boys and 21% of year 10 girls report watching pornography monthly or more.
  • ​33% of 16-17 year old boys and 50% of 16-17 year old girls report experiencing unwanted sexual behaviour towards them in the last 12 months.
  • ​Almost 2/3rd of teenagers report regretting their first sexual experience.
Have you had the ‘BRAVE CONVERSATION’ with your teen to help them make healthy choices in these areas?

We have made the tough topics easy to address with your teen!
Empower them to make healthy choices about the big topics.
Consent education is critical for all young people. The topic of consent matters within all of our relationships. Many problems in relationships around consent stem from an inability or lack of awareness to understand what is safe, respectful & appropriate for those around us. Society at large is consistently having challenges with navigating this topic. This module brings clarity to a complex topic and spends time discussing coercion, indecent assault, wanted vs unwanted experiences, the law & more.

We live in an over-sexualised society where culture has presented sex as no big deal. We help to bring back the important truth that sex IS a big decision. We discuss the critical nature of not just considering IF to have sex, but WHEN. This module will discuss; casual sex compared to sex in a committed relationship, how to create a strong sexual ethic, understanding risks such as STI’s, and how to make decisions rather than simply responding to circumstances.
Young people are exposed to pornography earlier and more often than any generation before. This means that for many young people, pornography is stepping in to be their key source of sex education. In this module we discuss the brain science, the current research around why pornography is a problematic source of education, the personal and relational impact pornography can have,   and what parents and young people, can do to reduce or eliminate exposure. 
For many young people today, the exploration of sexuality is happening in a digital space before it will happen in the physical space. It is therefore no surprise that the prevalence of sexualised behaviour online has increased. This module presents the topic from an empathetic perspective and gives education and awareness around the legalities, the challenges and the positive steps that can be taken to navigate this challenging landscape.
Our Approach
Our holistic, research-based approach will allow your teen to take hold of all the information at hand and carefully consider the choices that are right for them. 

Your teen will be challenged to the core and leave with confidence to move ahead educated, empowered and equipped. Each teen will walk away with the tools needed to make great choices and bring honour, respect and positive change to those around them.

We show you how to have these discussions from a place of guidance and compassion to strengthen the trust between you and your child.
Our content is both evidence-based and story-filled, making it engaging for both teens and their parents. 

“Every parent can play a pivotal role in empowering their teenager to make healthy and positive choices. We believe this course will provide opportunities for parents to guide teens through topics that to the detriment of many, have been avoided. Our hope is for every parent who has these conversations, to walk away a hero.” 

- David and Katie

David and Katie Kobler
Founders and Directors of Your Choicez, David (Bachelor of Theology) and Katie Kobler (Advanced Diploma of Psychology) are on a mission to provide education to teenagers around topics that are often avoided. With an extensive background in youth work, youth communication and leadership, they have developed a team of highly skilled, effective and passionate communicators and educators who are engaging teens all across Australia in this time of need.  

The combination of research-based content, high quality programs and excellent speakers with a strong ability to connect with young people, has led to some of the most powerful, life changing programs available on these topics today. 

Their honesty and openness in drawing on their own life experiences, alongside some of the best research available, allows them to deliver a truly unique and exceptional presentation. With their personal touch and sensitive approach, teachers will leave encouraged, parents will leave inspired and students will leave empowered to not just survive their teen years but to flourish in what could possibly be the greatest years of their lives.
The Brave Parenting Course will empower you to discuss the tough topics with your teen. 

Sexting, Pornography, Consent, Sexual Decision Making

Young people are in desperate need of conversations with people they can trust. They need reliable information and guidance around how to navigate these challenging and difficult topics. 
We will start the conversation. We will be the guide, you will be the hero.
We will make the taboo topics approachable and take the awkwardness out of the conversation.
 We will create a safe place for conversation and help parents and teens get on the same page.
 You will feel empowered to support your teen, growing up in a sexually saturated society.
We will help you understand the powerful role you play in your teens' life, in equipping them to make positive choices.
We will give you the strategies and language to be a key source of support in your teens life.
Hear what parents have to say
Thank you so much, the course was so informative. It's funny that no one knows how to parent....

We learn as we journey through each day. We can manage teaching our children not to bite, to share, to care, manners and often the topic of Sex, Sexuality and what is acceptable in this space is too big a topic to break down into small chunks.

Thank you for making it simple and I feel empowered to have these conversations with my daughter.

Warm Regards from an empowered mum
A breakdown of each module
Engaging for teens. Easy for parents.
With as little as one lesson a week, we provide parents with the tools they need to turn taboo topics about sexuality and relationships into effective conversations with their teen.

Module 1.


 Definition of sexting
 Revenge, PTSD and trust
 Growing up in Australia study
 Image-based abuse
 How to show you like someone                   appropriately
 Marilyn Munroe story
 Sexting and sexual harassment
 Choices that have a huge impact on others

Module 2.


Definition of pornography
 The 3 A's
 How the brain responds to pornography
 Stumbling across porn
 The Nicholas Tinbergen experiment
 Strategies for reducing exposure
 Interest leading to pornography

Module 3.


 Why sex is a big decision
 4 stages of arousal
 Hookup vs committed sex
 Not feeling ready
 Sexual ethics
 Sex is not just physical 
 Am I ready
 Sex just happened

Module 4.


Definition of sexual consent
Definition of digital consent
Sexual Harassment law
Sexual Assault law
 Enthusiastic consent
 Fight, Flight and Freeze response
 Wanted vs Unwanted experiences
Included when you join!

Short, easily digestible and engaging videos for students to watch


PDF Checklists, Workbooks and Fact Sheets


Bonus material for parents including recommended reading, filtering, accountability softwares and websites for your family


Access to a private community where parents can access additional tips and share their experiences

You get the complete brave parenting course - consent, sexual decision making, pornography and sexting, including:

 Fact sheets
 PDF checklists & Workbooks
 Bonus Material For Parents
 access to a private community
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We'll be the guides, you be the hero.

- David and Katie Kobler

One of the most important things we can do for our kids is to plan activities that forces them to get outside

If there was one thing I wanted to tell parents about this whole technology, social media deal is to put boundaries in place. 

Put boundaries in place right away because it sets the expectations for kids to follow. So when I say boundaries I mean make sure your kids know how much time they're able to spend on social media and only you can decide for your family.

Set the boundaries means what do they have to accomplish before they get on their phone or before they're able to play their game. What do you want to happen before they're able to play. Another boundary would be what time of day, right? Of course, they're not gonna play at first thing in the morning, but at what time at night are we cutting this off. Again, like I always tell you guys, the sleep foundation recommends 9 to 10 hours of sleep for kids. So what parameters are you putting in place? Do you want your kids in bed by 9:00? Well, that means screen time need to be off an hour before that. So eight o'clock, right? So make sure that you're putting these boundaries in place before you're giving your kid a phone so they know the rules so that if they break the rules or they forget the rules you know that they need to get a consequence for that. So make sure that you have boundaries in place that is the most important thing about all of this. Otherwise they could get carried away, they could consume too much content, they could become addicted to the internet and those things actually do happen. So boundaries, the most important thing that you could do is put those boundaries in place.

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