NWI December 2019 Trainings – Healthy Relationships Training of Trainers

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December 4, 2019 - December 6, 2019

San Diego, CA

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Date:
December 4, 2019 - December 6, 2019

Location:
The Bahia Resort Hotel: 998 West Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA

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Organizer:

Contact: Shannon Kissinger
Phone: 503-457-6520
Email: [email protected]
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Our Vision:  Through the gifts of our ancestors . . . Prayer, Song, Ceremony, Language, and Courage . . . Native people will live in Balance and Wellness, ensuring a rich cultural legacy for our future generations.

(Training Class) “Healthy Relationships Training of Trainers”  Fee $495 

Bahia Resort Hotel

Contact: Shannon Kissinger, Native Wellness Institute, 503-457-6520, [email protected]

About the Training

Become a Certified Trainer!

The Leading the Next Generations Healthy Relationships Curriculum is an innovative tool founded in Native culture and teachings. The Native Wellness Institute developed it specifically for Native couples, people, and communities.

Healthy couples raise healthy children who will, in turn, rebuild the foundation for healthier Native communities. The Healthy Relationships Curriculum and training combines the teachings of our Native ancestors with the realities of today’s world. Using the curriculum can lead to balance of the mind, body, and spirit by creating and strengthening healthier relationships with partners, families, and communities.

The Native Wellness Institutes focus on culturally-based healthy relationship education and promotion makes the Healthy Relationships Curriculum the leader in Indian Country. Imagine tribal communities supporting positive, healthy relationships and having access to information, role models, mentors, training and resources to build healthier relationships and families. This is the goal of the Leading the Next Generations Healthy Relationships Curriculum.

 

Training Topics

  • Introduction: Healthy relationships and Native wellness
  • Historical Trauma, Healing & Wellness: Growing beyond multi-generational impacts of historical trauma
  • Healthy Gender Roles: Recognizing the strengths in gender differences
  • Healthy Conflict Resolution: Practicing healthy ways to resolve conflict in relationships
  • Healthy Communication: Improving current communication skills
  • Creating Healthy Relationships: Bringing two people closer together as a couple
  • Healthy Sexuality: Discovering healthy intimacy
  • Living in Balance: Creating the relationship you want

Who Should Attend

Tribal and urban health program staff, social service staff, TANF program staff, Youth workers, Culture program staff. Anyone interested in learning more and teach about healthy relationships.
 
For more information or to register online: https://www.nativewellness.com/healthy-relationships-training-of-trainers1.html

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The Bahia Resort Hotel: 998 West Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA

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Submitted by PowWow Calendar on: October 9, 2019


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