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Strategies for Engaging Youth in Foster Care in Beginning Stages of Group Development Part II

  • Beats Rhymes and Life 450 Santa Clara Ave Oakland, CA, 94610 United States (map)


This training will continue to outline strategies for engaging clients at the start of their Youth Development Groups. Trainees will learn how to create a safe environment in order to promote engagement and support youth development. Trainees will discuss the importance of maintaining a safe environment and its relation to engagement with youth. Trainees will engage in role play activities and use vignettes for further illustration on engagement. Trainees will discuss how to apply these strategies and ideas in their work in youth development groups.

Trainer: John Gill, MSW - BRL; Beats Rhymes and Life, Inc.


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