Youth Thrive™ Intensive Training: New Tools to Create Connection and Well-being for Our Most Vulnerable Youth
A special event in conjunction with the National Symposium on Juvenile Services
Oct 30 – Nov 1, 2016
Concurrent to the National Symposium on Juvenile Services, the National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) is pleased to offer a special 3-day learning opportunity, Youth ThriveTM Intensive Training: New Tools to Create Connection and Well-being for Our Most Vulnerable Youth
Youth Thrive blends the most current neuroscience and trauma research with youth resiliency and helps participants use that knowledge to connect with young people. Health Care Education and Training, Inc. has adapted the acclaimed Youth Thrive Intensive Training to incorporate reproductive and sexual health topics in ways that promote healing and build cognitive pathways associated with social-emotional well-being.
Participants will receive a workbook and identify a wide-range of strategies to incorporate into their organizations. Upon completion of the training participants will join the YTTC Learning Community to receive additions resources and supports. Each participant will receive a workbook. Space is limited.
This workshop will overview the key components of the newly developed Youth ThriveTM Framework including how the brain develops, the impact of trauma on adolescent development, the importance of social connections, promoting cognitive & social-emotional competence, concrete supports in times of need, increasing youth resilience, and protective and promotive factors which reduce risk while promoting thriving in adolescents.
Youth Thrive Training Topics
- Adolescent development, brain development, and trauma and chronic stress effects on behavior.
- What kinds of social connections lead to healthy development and how to help young people make those connections.
- Cognitive and social-emotional competence and how to strengthen executive functioning in the adolescent brain.
- Sexual development and how to support young people in positive decision-making regarding their reproductive and sexual health.
- How to structure your services so they preserve young people’s dignity and encourages them to get the help they need.
- Resiliency and how to tell if your interactions with youth build it up or break it down.
Sunday, October 30 – Tuesday, November 1, 2016
9:00 am – 5:00 pm (daily)
Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel
3801 Quebec St.
Denver, CO 80207
$159/night (plus local taxes) when using lodging block for National Symposium on Juvenile Services
$379 per person ($349 per person when registering two or more from same agency)
Call – 859.333.2584
Email – NPJS@me.com