Brook has been at the forefront of providing wellbeing and sexual health support for young people for over 50 years.
Our services in local communities, our education programmes, our training for professionals and our campaigning work means that young people are better equipped to make positive and healthy lifestyle choices.
Brook is governed by our Articles of Association which set out our Charitable Objects. These are:
“…to promote the health, particularly sexual health of young people and those most vulnerable to sexual ill health, through providing information, education and outreach, counselling, confidential clinical and medical services, professional advice and training.”

Training for young people:

• Child Sexual Exploitation
• Condoms & contraception
• Consent
• Healthy relationships
• LGBT diversity
• Online safety
• Pleasure
• Pornography
• Pregnancy choices
• Puberty
• Self esteem
• Sex and the law
• Sexting
• Sexual bullying
• Sexual harassment
• STIs

Training for professionals:

• Delivering Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE)
• RSE and the ‘whole school’ approach
• RSE for young people with learning disabilities
• Puberty
• Sexuality and gender
• Homophobic bullying
• Sexual bullying
• Pornography
• Pleasure
• Sex, pressures and social networks
• Managing incidents involving youth produced sexual imagery & sexting
• CEOP Thinkuknow (staying safe online)
• Abortion; decisions and dilemmas
• Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Child sexual abuse (CSA)
• CSE: Supporting boys and young men
• Spotting the signs of CSE/A & extra familial threats (gangs, County Lines, trafficking and modern slavery)
• Using the Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool


Harmful Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool

13/07/2021 - 9:30 am


COVID-19 has had a huge financial impact on organisations and I thought it would be a nice idea to offer our Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool at a reduced rate…