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Nov172013

Powerhouse Programs - Because Growing Up is Optional

Powerhouse Programs is the creation of Stephen Halsall and Andy Roy. Both Stephen and Andy have been heavily involved in working with men and boys through well-respected national community development organisations. Their lives and relationships have become richer for these endeavours and they take great joy in sharing this with others.

In doing this work in the community it became very clear to them that there was significantly more they could to do to bring this powerful work into the lives of a larger proportion of our society.

Stephen and Andy met in 2003 where as chance would have it, they both attended their first men only weekend in the Gold Coast Hinterland. From that fateful encounter they have become close friends and work colleagues through facilitating programs like Common Ground (a 9-week life skills course for men program), Pathways to Manhood (a week-long contemporary Rite-of-Passage for men and boys), on various organising committees for Men’s Gatherings and executive committees. In 2009 they jointly developed a Men’s Rite of Passage program which was gifted to Men’s Wellbeing Association. (www.menswellbeing.org)

 Building Bridges

A six week course for fathers and sons that runs one evening per week. Typically there are 8-12 pairs in each program.

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Journey to Manhood

We have been heavily involved in organising and delivering Rites of Passage camps around Australia for over 10 years with the Pathways Foundation.

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Raising Teenage Boys – Parents Evening

This is 2 hours jam-packed with practical and up-to-date info for parents.

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Real Power

Designed for year 7 Primary School boys to celebrate the ending of a significant stage in their lives and the beginning of their journey into year 8 and young adulthood.

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Powerhouse Day

A six hour day-long program for teenagers. It is mostly run with existing year levels at schools and can be adapted to suit student age and gender.

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