SHALOM BAYIT (Peace in the Home) PARENT & STUDENT WORKSHOPS

February 15, 2016

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LOVE SHOULDN’T HURT, EMPOWERING OUR TEENS TO PROTECT THEMSELVES

TEEN and PARENT LEARNING WORKSHOPS
Presented by Shalom Bayit
Sponsored by TV/TC MIDRASHA

(All Teens and Parents of our community are welcome to participate –Midrasha registration is not required)

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:
7:15 – 9:15p
The programs are designed to be grade level focused for the teens.
Sunday, February, 21
9th Grade Workshop:
EMPOWERD TO PROTECT YOURSELF

Sunday, February, 28
12th Grade Workshop:
EMPOWERD TO PROTECT YOURSELF

Sunday, February, 28
Parents Workshop:
HELP YOUR TEENS TO BUILD HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS.

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
(RSVP appreciated from Parents and from teens not registered with Midrasha.

The goals of the Shalom Bayit workshops are to increase awareness about dating violence; help young people recognize abusive behavior; teach middle school through young adult Jews the skills to build loving, respectful relationships; give girls and women the knowledge and tools they need to make healthy relationship choices; teach boys and young men to become allies in healthy relationships; and educate parents and teachers to successfully offer assistance with the difficult relationship issues facing youth today.

For these 2 separate programs, the Teen Program will be facilitated by Zephira Derblich-Milea, the Youth and Program Coordinator of Shalom Bayit and the Parent Workshop facilitated by trained facilitator from Shalom Bayit.

Some highlights of topics covered for teens include:
1. What does it take to have a health peer relationship?
2. What Jewish texts and traditions teach about relationships?
3. What does being treated equally in a relationship look like?
4. What does abuse and control in relationships look like?

Some highlights of topics covered for parents include:
1. How to talk to your teen about healthy and unhealthy friendships and relationships?
2. How can you empower your teen with knowledge and skill to create healthy relationships?
3. What are warning signs of abuse in a relationship?
4. How to suspect if your teen is being abused/ the abuser?


 

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