From Surviving to Thriving: Part 2

OMA Pittsburgh Special Event


It is such an honor and a blessing to be a part of this series of events leading up to a Trauma Symposium in the fall of 2019.

“From Surviving to Thriving” is half-day workshop focused on youth, where parents, educators, counselors, health practitioners and more can join in collaborative learning sessions for supporting the healthy development of our young people.


RSVP:
Space is limited. Kindly register in advance no later than Wednesday, August 1st.

Venue:
Winchester Thurston Upper School Building
455 Morewood Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15213

455 Morewood Avenue, Pittsburgh PA 15213


SOAR Workshop — Positive Self-Image: Are You Up to PAR?

As one of the workshop leaders, I will guide the audience in a discussion of the importance of positive self-image in youth. Specifically, we will examine positive self-image through the lens of bullying behavior and personal accountability and responsibility (PAR). We will discuss the need for leadership, influence and connection in bullying intervention and prevention.

Did you know that…

  • 70% of teens do not have a positive self-image
  • Peers play varying roles in the bully experience
  • Bullying is a public heath concern

PAR: Personal Accountability and Responsibility
Bullying is Everybody’s Business
Leadership | Influence | Connection

Take Action Today: Working with Stakeholders
User Guides are available to broaden the understanding of various roles such as community leaders, faith leaders, educators, administrators, parents. etc. Guides are available for 11 different audiences

Sample Guide – Understanding the Roles of School Administrators in Community-Wide Bullying Prevention Efforts


The workshop is a part of a SOAR Coaching Academy Series focused on positive self-image and personal accountability and responsibility, examined through multiple lenses —bullying, racism and mental health.

 

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