February 8, 2011
9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (refreshments served from 9:00 a.m.)
180 Bloor Street West, Room G2 (accessible location)
Do you work with youth who have questions or concerns about their relationships? What makes a relationship healthy? How do values and attitudes about sex and sexuality affect the quality of relationships youth have?
Healthy relationships emerged as the number one topic youth would like more information on in PPT’s Toronto Teen Survey Research Project (2008). This popular training provides tools and resources to explore elements of healthy and unhealthy relationships and what they might mean to youth. Learn how to work with youth to address their relationships and what they might mean to youth. Learn how to work with youth to address their relationship concerns and questions. Draw on a variety of disciplines and tools to help young people develop decision-making and communication skills in their relationships.
Cost: $95 per person. 5% discount to organizations that register three or more participants.