Indigenous Peer Mentoring: Help Seeking
There are a wide range of clips to choose from that address a variety of youth issues such as: dating violence, bullying, substance use, suicide and teen pregnancy. It is important to review clips in advance of showing them to the students. Use your judgement to select the most appropriate scenes you feel best relate to the issues students in your school are faced with. The peer mentoring manual identifies when it would be an appropriate time to show a clip.
Introduction to Help Seeking Videos
Scene 1: Dating Violence - A female student confides in a female friend that her boyfriend is being verbally, physically and sexually abusive.
Scene 2: Bullying - A female student shares with a counsellor that she is being socially bullied.
Scene 3: Substance Use - A friend discloses that she was at a party, using alcohol and in the presence of people using cocaine.
Scene 4: Substance Use - As part of a suspension re-entry program, a male student who has abused drugs in the past talks to a counsellor.
Scene 5: Suicide - A female student approaches a male student at school and shares her concern about her cousin.
Scene 6: Teen Pregnancy - A female student asks a male student for his help in getting her boyfriend to take responsibility for her pregnancy.