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Spirituality, Education, Lifestyle, and Family

Spirituality

Provide youth with practices that create self-awareness and self-discipline. 

Education

Support student learning and address the core competences that help students at risk learn and achieve.

Lifestyle

Promote youth empowerment strategies that reduce high-risk behaviors and in the lives of youth.

Family

Strengthen families in their role of guiding, disciplining, and instilling sound values in their children.

 

                            S.E.L.F. Curriculum

The S.E.L.F. curriculum is designed for classroom, small-group, and intervention settings. It has been developed with best practices in education, notable rigor, and enhanced student engagement at its core. It is suitable for use by teachers and counselors and utilizes embedded Literacy Common Core State Standards for students in grade 3-12 in the specific areas of understanding informational text, writing, speaking, and listening. Each lesson is also aligned to the American School Counselor Association Standards allowing school counselors easy access to a list of standards taught. Symbols embedded within the lesson plans signal Violence Prevention/Social Emotional Learning Strategies and College and Career Readiness Skills.

                               S.E.L.F. Workshops

  • S.E.L.F. workshops are developed to help youth between ages 12-21 achieve academic, interpersonal and social success to reduce violence.

  • Each S.E.L.F. workshop is designed to assist youth in overcoming adversities and identify any barriers that prevent them from achieving success. 

  • The four targeted areas are Spirituality, Education, Lifestyle, and Family. 

  • Finally, equip them to achieve measurable success in each area. 

  • S.E.L.F. workshops are designed to showcase the skills, talents, and abilities necessary to transform the lifestyle choices of its participants through a process of S.E.L.F. discovery.

S.E.L.F. Programs

Charisse Beach

Education & Evolution

Goal: Identify and reduce negative and volatile behaviors  by exploring the triggers that result in poor choices;  consider ethical, safety, and societal factors in decision making and provide strategies to reduce and/or prevent those triggers.

Objectives: Reduce factors that place youth at risk for perpetrating violence, promote factors that protect youth at risk for violence by recognizing personal qualities and external supports, positive social orientation, setting  high expectations, enhanced problem-solving and communication skills,  and modeling proper conflict resolution.​

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Costs

We provide our clients with a customized package of services designed specifically to meet their needs. All you need to do is provide us with the demographics of the youth you serve, your main goals, objectives and timeline. We will produce the best options for you to choose

TESTIMONIALS

“My school district will benefit from implementation of all three programs. These workshops helped me to realize that we currently lack the additional supports needed for at-risk students to become successful.” -

Angela Tjeli, High School Counselor

 “I will present the concept of an Individual Service Plan (ISP) to the intervention teams and we will integrate the ISP components into our current intervention process. This workshop was excellent, worthwhile, and enjoyable!” 

- Bruce A. Lane, Ph. D

“Many schools and communities have misconceptions on what it means to be an at-risk student and the problems that afflict them. Through surveys to identify the current issues and supporting data, schools and communities can provide the best possible learning environment for all learners.” 

Shannon Miller, Student Participant

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