“Healthy Dialogue”, helps parents, youth, and youth workers to understand their responsibilities and roles, and provides two-way boundaries and communication guidelines between youth workers and parents, youth and parents as well.
A1. How can parents have a Healthy Dialogue with their teen(s)?
A2. How can parents have Healthy Dialogue with a Youth Worker?
English or Chinese Handbook + English Caption or Chinese Caption
Introduces the 6 causes of communication struggles.
Equips parents with skills and tools to enhance communication with their teenagers.
Uses discussion questions and case studies to understand and explain the core values and issues of youth in today’s culture that may create conflict and communication struggles.
Helps participants learn and understand the roles and responsibilities of parents and teenagers in an effort to improve interaction and communication within a family setting.
The material could serve as a training course for youth parents.
5 or 6 weeks lesson plan, 4-12 people for a small group, 90-120 minutes each session.
Please note that small group discussion is a crucial part of this program.
We highly recommend inviting Dr. Agnes for a professional Q&A after the group discussion.
*Purchase additional Study Guide for your group members. Small group size 4-12 people.