This workshop lays the foundation for youth-serving organizations to introduce and begin implementing Search Institute’s Developmental Relationship framework.
Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications for Substance Use/Misuse Prevention and Mental Health Promotion
In this workshop, participants will learn about adverse childhood experiences, and ways prevention professionals can use that data in their work.
Multiple ways to increase resilience and protective factors will be discussed in this workshop to help children bounce back from adversity and bounce forward to physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing.
This workshop will explore ways to educate parents, educators and community members in how to raise resilient children who have the skills needed to value their unique capabilities, show empathy and have respect for self and others, maintain meaningful relationships, make responsible decisions and achieve positive goals.
This workshop explains how our chemistry works, and which psychoactive drugs match our pain and calming chemical receptors.
The workshop provides an overview of social, emotional and moral development from the womb through adolescence.
This workshop will discuss the differing definitions of resiliency focusing on SAMHSA’s, “bouncing forward”.
This workshop provides an overview of some of the 75 major differences between the adolescent and adult brains and the impact of unmitigated distress on the adolescent brain.
Participants of this workshop will be given the opportunity to learn about and engage in activities that can be used with/taught to families that are low to no cost.
Come explore the power of positive relationships and the implications it has on social emotional learning.
This highly interactive workshop discusses current adolescent drug trends.
This interactive workshop will focus on the National Organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA) process as it relates to students affected by school and community tragedies.