Youth Voices Matter:
Collaborating with Youth to Promote Healthy Relationships
Students’ voices are seeking inclusion and engagement in the mental health narrative, propelling practitioners to rethink traditional prevention and intervention strategies.
Youth are mobilizing education and community resources while developing their competencies and decision-making skills.
This new surge of energy, with its compelling language, is creating a renewed commitment to youth empowerment among school social workers.
Practitioners and stakeholders will learn approaches that address intersectionality, restorative practice, student empowerment, and application to your current practice.
Natalie Y. Moore, South Side Reporter for WBEZ Chicago Public Radio, covering segregation and inequality
A panel discussion and five workshops to choose from on a variety of pertinent topics.
6.5 CEUs/CPDUs are available for the day-long training
Tuesday June 26, 2018
8:30am to 4:00pm
University of Illinois at Chicago
Student Center East
750 South Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60607
Who should attend?
School Social Workers
Special Education Teacher
General Education Teachers
Early Childhood Professionals
Pleas use the online registration form for details about the workshops and to register.
For additional information, please contact Annette Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.