Workshops

Workshop 1

Social Media & Cyber Safety – The Basics: Keeping Our Kids Safe & Kind On Their Devices

Do you know how your kid uses their device? From social media to online gaming and everything else our teens have at their fingertips, knowing what they're exposed to might surprise you. In this workshop, we will breakdown the different apps out there and how to keep our kids safe from trolls, cyberbullying, FOMO, hashtags and cyber stranger danger. Instead of throwing in the towel, let me help you navigate the cyber world our teens are living in.

Videos

Intro: 
Part 1: Favorites & what to watch for 
Part 2: Setting up privacy settings & safety tools 
Part 3: Educating our teens to be safe & kind on their devices 
Conclusion

60 min

Worksheets

  1. Extensive list of Apps & what you need to know
  2. Social media & cyber safety health checklist
  3. Springboard discussion questions

Bonus Materials

Now What & Action Steps
Included with each section

Workshop 2

Social Media & Cyber Safety – Part 2

How is your teen socially and emotionally impacted by their cyber life? Psychologists and counselors warn of the negative results social media, gaming, and other online sources have on our teens and 20-somethings. In this workshop, we will dive into the social and emotional effects of social media and what to look for. You will receive practical tools to help your teen be the authentic and emotionally healthy person you hope them to be.

Videos

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Worksheets

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Bonus Materials

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Workshop 3

Navigating Grief: How to Live Through It & Support It

For the Griever:
It’s okay to not be okay. Too often after experiencing the greatest pain of our lives we are expected to get right back into everyday life, perform on tests, have a good attitude, and score the winning point. In this workshop, I will share my personal experience of “grieving in all the wrong ways” to help you avoid some common pitfalls so you can grow through your pain and come out the other side different, but whole.

For the Supporter:
“Kids are resilient” adults like to say. But teens often push down their difficult emotions only to have them surface later in self-destructive ways. Teens need the tools to face their feelings, walk through them, and build up their emotional resilience. In this workshop, we will discuss how to help the young person in your life deal with loss, pain, grief, and change.

Videos

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Worksheets

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Bonus Materials

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