What we do
Positive, lasting change...
Research shows that the foundations laid in adolescence play a major role in future success. Yet today young people tell us that changing societal norms and ever-increasing expectations place an enormous strain on their mental health. Unfortunately, the majority of young people we survey still don’t believe they have the necessary tools to build the best foundation for their future.Based on scientifically backed methods we work with young people to implement positive, lasting life changes that will help them navigate an increasingly complex world.
The JET Network delivers engaging programs and workshops to schools, providing practical, evidence-based, positive mental health strategies to build resilience, character and wellbeing in young people's lives. JET stands for jounrey ending in transformation. It is therefore our mission to see young people thriving in all areas of their life, while living lives of hope and purpose.
Who is Jet?
We are a diverse group of people who deeply care about this generation of youth.
Dr Ashley Humphrey
Ash lectures in social and behavioral psychology at Monash University where he also works as a research psychologist. He holds a PhD in Psychology from Monash University, and has published numerous articles on young people's mental health.
Ash has spent the last 10 years working with young people towards helping them reach their potential. A once troubled young person himself, he understands first hand the difficulties young people can face in today's complex world, and is passionate about helping young people live lives of purpose.