Participants are challenged to think about the meaning of their intervention, their mandate and their role, and the importance of establishing and maintaining a meaningful relationship with the youth and his or her family.
They explore the main obstacles to the helping relationship and develop different strategies for mobilizing the youth and his or her family during the intervention, and plan the steps of the process.
They take a fresh look at the importance of developing a clear portrait of the reality of the youth, his or her family and the systems around them to be able to fully evaluate and determine which interventions to advocate.
Target audience :
- First-line interveners
- Youth protection interveners
- Interveners who work with at-risk youth
- NNADAP interveners
- MCH interveners
- Mental health interveners