The Teen Self-Esteem Workshop: Strategies to Help Teens Build Confidence, Resilience, Respect and Personal Efficacy
Wednesday, October 26, 2011, 9:30am - 4:30pm
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Fulfills New York State School Age Child Care SACC Training Requirement(s):
Youth Professionals Core Competencies Covered:
Helping adolescents build high self-esteem is key to their success. As a youth service provider you have many opportunities to help adolescents build self-esteem, which will be explored in this workshop. In this workshop adapted from the book, “Young, Gifted and Doing It: 52 Power Moves for Teens,” by Cassandra Mack, participants will discover simple yet effective strategies that they can utilize to help adolescents build developmental assets, healthy confidence and high self-esteem. The objectives of this workshop are to help participants: develop a better understanding of the four criterion for healthy self-esteem in order to help teens strengthen their core self-esteem; explore strategies to build developmental assets in teens utilizing the 40 Developmental Assets Framework; explore ways to help teens identify self-defeating beliefs and behaviors that create deficits in their lives and set them up to fail; help teens recognize how low self-esteem can lead to depression, underachievement, poor relationships and high-risk behaviors; help teens develop a better understanding of the correlation between self-respect, respect for others and healthy self-esteem.
How to Sign Up:
Phone: (212) 243-7070 x479