Free Training Opportunity for Youth Workers - 'Possible Selves' - Friday 2 December» 28/11/2011, Posted by Site Admin
A training opportunity for youth workers is available at short notice:
'Possible Selves' is a powerful approach used to assist young people with decision making, identity, lifestyle goals, and health choices.
* What are the real challenges for young people in the 21st century?
* What about marginalised young people?
* How can we best support young people growing up these days?
* What kind of counselling and health services do young people need?
Delivering the training will be Prof Anne Marshall, a Canadian counselling specialist. She specialises in work with young people, including those in indigenous communities.
You are invited to come and hear her speak, and join the discussion. No charge for attendance!
12.00 - 2.00 pm Friday 2 December (planning on 12.15pm start, you can leave work at 12pm and be back by 2)
Rotorua Youth Centre
6 Te Ngae Road, Rotorua (Google map if unsure of location!)
There is no charge for this training.
Please bring your own lunch. Tea and coffee provided
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. E. Anne Marshall is a Professor of Counselling Psychology and Director of the Centre for Youth and Society, an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Victoria, in British Columbia, Canada. She is also Academic Advisor for the inaugural Aboriginal Communities graduate Counselling program at the University of Victoria. Her work focuses on adolescent and emerging adulthood transitions, mental health, mentorship, and counselling in cultural and indigenous contexts.