In this class, we inspire young women to grow up with confidence and find their way in the world. We address decision making, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, peer relationships and communication.
Life Skills is an intervention program for youth and their families who are challenged by substance use and mental health issues.
Navigating Life in Teen Transition explores the dangers and attitudes regarding alcohol, marijuana, and other substances. Students will analyze their own personal behavior and learn about the lifelong consequences that occur when substances are abused.
Many students struggle with conflict resolution, peer influences and unhealthy communication. The Power of Conversation helps teens improve listening and empathy skills, identify non-verbal and social communication cues, and authentically express their thoughts and feelings.
Teens gain insight into how to deal with daily challenges such as behavioral issues, academic struggles and lack of motivation. Students learn to make character based decisions, have a better understanding of their own passion or purpose, and are connected to a support system.
Young at Heart classes fosters ethical, responsible, and caring young people by modeling social and emotional learning as well as appreciation for diversity. Students ages 8-12 will identify why youth choose to bully and provide solutions on how to deal with bullying behavior.