Participants will learn about the different styles of communication: Passive, aggressive, passive-aggressive, and assertive. They’ll then practice different ways to express themselves through activities.
This training explains what conflict resolution is, as well as strategies that can be incorporated to assist with conflict resolution. Participants will discuss how to identify emotions, how to apologize, helpful forms of communication, what tactics to avoid, and how to de-escalate communication.
This session will go into detail about the five elements of the Developmental Relationships Framework. Participants will learn what each element means and why each one is essential. They also will explore how to recognize and evolve their prioritized elements to open a doorway to a greater understanding and utilization of developmental relationships. By the […]
FAST: Family and School Together
FAST® is an internationally-acclaimed parent engagement program that supports the family bonding necessary for children to thrive. Built on evidence-based practices and rigorously tested, FAST empowers parents as leaders of their families, builds positive connections and social capital between families and schools, and creates a supportive community that fosters children’s well-being and education.
Healthy Teen Relationships
In this interactive workshop, young people will learn about healthy relationships, choices, boundaries, communication, and empathy. It addresses attitudes and behaviors related to dating abuse and healthy relationships.
Nurturing Parent Workshop
The Nurturing Parenting Programs are a family-centered, trauma-informed initiative designed to build nurturing parenting skills as an alternative to abusive and neglecting parenting and child-rearing practices. By teaching positive parenting behaviors, the long-term goals are to prevent recidivism in families receiving social services, lower the rate of multi-parent teenage pregnancies, reduce juvenile delinquency and alcohol […]
Recognizing Abusive Relationships
Everyone deserves relationships free from physical, verbal, and emotional abuse. In this training, participants will learn ways to identify abusive dynamics in intimate and family relationships. They’ll also discover ways to identify abusive dynamics in intimate and family relationships, as well as different myths and facts connected to abusive relationships.
Talking to Youth About Healthy Relationships
Relationships are foundational to the positive cognitive, social, and emotional growth of youth. Research illustrates that the more developmental relationships youth have, the more positive their academic and life outcomes are. Participants will learn ways to help their child navigate relationships; warning signs to look for in youth relationships; and how to provide compassionate, respectful […]