The Time Out For Teens workshop is dedicated to teaching important concepts to teens in a small group setting in a way that guides them to reflect as peers and individuals on how these concepts can be applied towards developing a healthy and satisfying life.
Relationships with the Self and Others: Spring 2019
Building quality social relationships is the foundation for happiness at home, in school, at work and throughout life. This program identifies the stages of social relationships, how they form, and how they progress; along with skill building exercises to develop and support healthy, meaningful relationships.
The workshop consists of two seminars offered on Saturday mornings, each running for about a hour and a half that includes a highly interactive educational presentation followed by application activities.
The “Time Out For Teens” program is offering two seminars:
- Building Better Relationships – Saturday March 16th and 23rd (10:00-11:30 am)
The purpose of this program is to educate teens on the concepts of how to maintain healthy relationships as well as how to recognize unhealthy ones and learn to establish boundaries when appropriate.
- Modern Issues of Transitioning from Teen to Adult – Saturday March 16th and 23rd (10:00-11:30 am)
This program is focused on discussing the fears and issues facing the teens of today and how to prepare them as they transition from a place of naivete to the expectations of the real world.
- Alternative Dates For Sessions – Saturday March 30th (10:00 – 11:30 am)