Relational Youth Work

Relational skills are important in maintaining healthy and meaningful relationships. Listening, empathy and life stories help us to understand and deal with others in similar situations. Join us as we learn the ins and outs of promoting healthy and positive development among diverse adolescents.

This course can be applied to the Youth Engagement Practice Certificate.

Instructor

Gevon Daynuah

Gevon Daynuah has been a child and youth care worker for over 15 years. She has served children and families in a variety of facets, facilitating training throughout the state of Wisconsin and the regional Midwest. She has attended the ... read more

Who Should Attend

Residential, group home, foster and shelter care professionals, youth workers, community-based organizations, schools, teachers, mentors, etc.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Examine various models that foster trust
  • Learn techniques to bridging gaps and establishing solid ground with youth
  • Examine various interactions in the life space

Course Outline/Topics

  • Autonomy vs. belonging
  • Building trust
  • Interactions in the life space

All sessions are Face-to-Face unless otherwise noted.

Date: Wed, Oct 16

Time: 9am-Noon

Location: UWM School of Continuing Education

Instructor: Gevon Daynuah

Fee: $39

CEUs: 0.3, CEHs: 3

Enrollment Limit: 15

Program Number: 7740-12098

Registration Deadline: Wed., Oct. 16

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