Narrative, Collaborative, and Playful Approaches to Working with Children and Families
February 17, 2011
8:30am-1:00pm (registration begins at 8:00am)
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1624 NE Hancock St., Portland, OR 97212
For questions or to register,
call or email Kristin Yates: 503-802-0299; firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Objectives: to gain increased knowledge of Narrative Theory; become familiar with an integrated strength based approach to working with children and families. Enhance your ability to build collaborative alliances with children and families; become familiar with the use of drawings, visuals, play, and letter writing; observe and practice specific narrative and collaborative techniques and strategies; and develop specific intervention skills for dealing with serious and entrenched problems in an upbeat, playful, and hopeful manner.
The purpose of the scholarship is to honor Al, encourage students to explore how addiction has impacted our community, and to think about solutions to this complex problem. 11 scholarships will be awarded in 2011 in varying amounts to each of the 10 Portland Public High Schools. The final scholarship will be awarded to an Oregon High School student from an addicted family. The amount for that scholarship is $4,000.
The cost of attending this event is $50 (drinks and snacks included).