Group 1 focuses on demonstrating the importance of being a good listener and learning positive listening skills.
Body language is the focal point of group 2 where participants learn about nonverbal communication and how to use it to express emotions.
Group 3 helps the participants practice public speaking and telling stories in a clear and concise manner.
Problem-solving skills are practiced in Group 4 using teamwork-oriented games.
Group 5 focuses on applying the skills of a good listener, good speaker, and problem solver in a team setting.
Learn what is considered bullying, the effects it has on an individual, and the ways to stop/prevent bullying. Children are also asked to watch this video:
The concept of having positive self-esteem and confidence in self is so highly focused at Safehaus, we have divided the topic into two groups.
In Group 1 of Self Esteem, we focus on identifying what self-esteem is and why it is important. Self-esteem portraits are created in which they are asked to describe themselves and the things that make them smile.
In Group 2, participants work to develop a positive mindset which helps create a sense of purpose and possibility. Origami is created which consists of 4 possible future dreams that are acted out in role-play.
Children learn about the mind-body connection of feelings and increase participants’ emotional intelligence and awareness. The importance of having a good daily self-care routine for our mental and physical health is also focused upon.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE OF MARIJUANA
Participants learn about the effects of marijuana use on teens and are taught how it could be a gateway to other drugs. Effective ways to deal with peer pressure and stress are also discussed.
This group focuses on developing a conversation about various difficult scenarios teens encounter in their daily lives and healthy strategies they can use to deal with them.
Participants learn ways to identify triggers and the feelings that may trigger anger as a hidden emotion.