Does your work leave you wondering how to connect with families in ways that motivate involvement and inspire meaningful engagement?
Do you want to connect with young people in ways that help them thrive?
Unite for Youth, Troy and Libby Communities That Care, Zero to Five Lincoln County, and Western Montana Mental Health invite you to join us for two free workshops offered through the Search Institute.
DEVELOPMENTAL ASSETS/DEVELOPMENTAL RELATIONSHIPS
August 31, 2021 8:30 – 4:00 pm
This interactive workshop explores both of Search Institute’s research-based frameworks and how they can be used as to elevate the health and well-being of young people in our community. Developmental Assets describe internal and external factors that promote thriving. Developmental relationships are the roots of youth success. This framework identifies 5 critical elements and actions we can all do help youth be and become their best selves.
ENGAGING FAMILIES September 23, 2021
8:30 – 4:00 pm Libby, MT
The challenges and changes facing youth and families are real. Together,
individuals, agencies and organizations will learn this strength-based approach to engaging, supporting, and empowering families – helping them to not only cope, but also to thrive!
During this workshop, participants will:
– Recognize key strengths in our America’s diverse families that really matter for positive development and resilience
– Explore the obstacles to engaging families and practical ways to begin
– Identify “rules of engagement” for working with families from a strength- and relationship-based orientation.
– Gain practical tools to enhance current family engagement efforts with new strategies and processes.
For more information on one or both workshops and how to register today, please email email@example.com for registration links.