Workshops for Children and Youth

Workshops for children and youth provide participants with alternatives to unhealthy behaviors.

Participants gain tools that promote resiliency, healthy self-esteem, and life skills which encourage children and youth to achieve goals for a bright future.

Workshop content is delivered in an age-appropriate manner. Topic areas include the following:

  • Bullying – Not Just a Guy Thing
  • Frenemies: Unhealthy Friendships and What to Do About Them
  • Harassment Hurts: Gossiping, Taunting and Bullying
  • How Bystanders Can Help
  • Internet Safety
  • It’s Time to Take a Stand Against Bullying
  • Learning about Cliques
  • Learning about Harassment
  • Play It Safe: Strategies for a Safe School Environment
  • Silent on the Sidelines: Why We Ignore Bullying
  • Wise Owl Says: When Telling Isn’t Tattling
  • Words That Hurt
  • You’re Mean-When Words Hurt Us

Character Education workshops expose children to the concepts of fairness, respect, and responsibility.

  • Auto B Good Character Education (In English and Spanish)
  • Making Friends…Keeping Friends
  • Popcorn Park Presents: The Six Pillars of Character (In English and Spanish)
  • Surviving Middle School
  • That’s So Rude – 10 Rules of Common Courtesy
  • What Does It Mean to Be a Friend?
  • Your Reputation: Enhancing It, Repairing It

Dating Relationships

  • Avoiding the Teen Pregnancy Trap
  • Coping with Dating Violence and Abuse
  • Dating For Real
  • Loved You to Death
  • Real People: Relationships – When They Need Help
  • Safe Dating
  • Sex Education – Teen Mothers and Fathers Speak Out
  • Teen Dating Violence Prevention
  • The Ten Signs of Relationship Abuse

Decision Making Skills

  • Building and Repairing Your Reputation
  • Conflict Resolution – How to Resolve Conflicts with Adults
  • Dangerous Decisions
  • Growing Up Online
  • How Not to Fight
  • How School Skills Become Work Skills
  • How to Say No and Really Mean It
  • Say No to Negative Peer Pressure
  • Setting and Achieving Goals
  • Steps to Decision Making
  • Think Before You Click: Playing It Safe Online

Health and Hygiene

  • About Hygiene
  • Healthy Nutrition
  • Nutrition: Preventing Obesity – It’s Up to You
  • Nutrition: Understanding Eating Disorders
  • Teen Depression: Signs, Symptoms and Getting Help

Juvenile Justice and Incarceration

  • A Visit to Ryker’s Island
  • Extreme Consequences
  • Juveniles and the Law
  • The Realities of Prison Life

Post High School Preparation

  • Exploring Careers: What Would I Be Good At?
  • How to Build a Resume
  • Non-College Opportunities for High School Graduates
  • Promoting Awareness of the College Transition (PACT Program)
  • Spitting Game – The College Hookup Culture
  • Study Skills for People Who Hate to Study
  • Understanding Financial Aid
  • What’s the Difference? Overview of Higher Education Option

Puberty and Sexual Health

  • Brush Up On Hygiene
  • Stress: The Good the Bad and the Healthy
  • Teens & Sex: What You Think You Know, What You Need to Know, What You Don’t Know
  • The New Me – Boys
  • The New Me – Girls
  • The Puberty Workshop Series
  • Understanding Puberty
  • What You Should Know About STD’s

Anger Management

  • Anger Management: Own Our Anger
  • Anger Management: Ten Things to Do Instead of Hitting
  • Blow-Ups and Rages: Learning to Manager Your Anger

Self-Management and Life Skills

  • Building Healthy Relationships
  • Developing Confidence & Self-Esteem
  • Managing Emotions
  • My Best Me – All About Self-Esteem
  • Negotiation and Compromise
  • Nobody’s Perfect: Learning Self-Acceptance
  • Shyness Busting Skills
  • Standing Tall – Learning Assertiveness Skills
  • Surviving Peer Pressure-You Can Do It!
  • The Emotion Commotion Series
  • Time Out on Anger-Learning Self-Control
  • What is Hate All About
  • You’re Fired! – Strategies for Maintaining Employment

Sexual Assault Prevention

  • Be Careful When You Text
  • Flirting or Hurting Sexual Assault Prevention for Teens
  • The Safe Touch Rule
  • When to Speak Up About Abuse
  • Yes, You Can Say No!
  • You Are in Charge of Your Body

Substance Abuse Prevention

  • Don’t Drain Your Brain – How Alcohol Damages Your Brain
  • Drugs: Crime and Punishment
  • Everything You Need to Know About Drugs and the Teen Brain
  • Steering Clear of Drugs

For more information, please call 215-985-3333. To request a workshop or training, please go to Request a Workshop or Training.

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