Free! Second Wednesday Webinars

September 11, 2019

“Meet Them Where They Are”
Building Protective Factors for the Future

Hear how three agencies that use different funding streams utilize relationship education to meet youth where they are in order to help them to prepare for healthy lives and futures.  These organizations use Dibble’s programs to build protective factors so the youth can communicate effectively in jobs, set safe boundaries in relationships, make healthy decisions about their love lives.

These agencies serve young people in schools, transitional living homes, and community-based settings.

Objectives:

Attendees will:

~Understand the needs of vulnerable youth
~Demonstrate how relationship education meets vulnerable youth where they are
~Learn about best practices used in diverse settings

Presenters – Panel

Mina Koplin – Salt Lake County, SLC, UT (SLC) – TLP Funded
Emily Spruill – Advocates for Children/Flowering Branch,  Cartersville, GA – ILP through VOCA funding
Reta Johnson – Family Center, Little Rock, AR – PREP Funded

Who should attend: TLP grantees, ILP grantees, PREP and other Teen pregnancy prevention grantees, those who work with high-needs, vulnerable youth, those who seek to help youth build healthy lives and futures.

When:  Wednesday, Sept 11, 2019,   4:00pm Eastern/1:00pmPacific

Duration:  60 minutes

Cost:Free!

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Mind Matters Training–Overview Webinar
Santa Ana, CA

with Author,  Carolyn Rich Curtis, PhD
September 5 & 6, 2019

When bad things happen to children, it can impact them for the rest of their lives. It can interfere with their abilities to learn, form relationships, and cope with the challenges of life. Staff can also be negatively impacted by toxic stress.

It does not have to be this way!

Exciting news! Mind Matters: Overcoming Adversity and Building Resilience can change those patterns and build protective habits for a positive and meaningful life plus mitigate the impact of secondary trauma in those who serve these youth using the current research and neuroscience.

Attend this quick webinar to learn more about Mind Matters from Dr. Carolyn Curtis and how the intensive 2-day training in September will prepare you to teach the program to those you serve.

Program developer, Dr. Carolyn Curtis, will be leading a two-day intensive training in her Mind Matters program on September 5 and 6 in Santa Ana, California. Come join her.

 

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Details  on training below:

Mind Matters Training

Santa Ana, CA

with Author, Carolyn Rich Curtis, Ph.D.

September 5 & 6, 2019

8:30 AM–5:00 PM

$399

for 2-day Intensive Training

CEUs are available for an additional charge.

Each trainee must have a copy of Mind Matters ($299 plus tax (CA and SD only) plus S/H)

To register and for more information email RelationshipSkills@DibbleInstitute.org or call 800.695.7975.

Mind Matters’ 12 one-hour lessons teach participants (ages 12 and up) to respond to negative experiences with innovative methods based on current research and neuroscience. These skills give individuals a way to take charge of their emotions and improve their states of mind as they learn to address their physical, relational, and mental health needs.

 

AFTER THIS TRAINING YOU WILL BE ABLE TO TEACH…

  • Self-soothingskills to manage emotions
  • Ways to analyze stressful thoughts
  • How to deal with intrusive memories
  • Ways to develop a protective lifestyle

For a free 15-day review copy of Mind Matters, visit Digital.DibbleInstitute.org/MM,then enter the unlock code MindMatters15