UUI-YM-Peer Pastoral Care Training-820




Are your youth asking for skills around how to be a better friend? Do your youth leaders need training to show up for the emotional well being of their peers? UUA Staff from Congregational Life and Lifespan Faith Engagement are proud to offer this four-module course for youth on Peer Pastoral Care.

This course combines video presentations of core content, featuring UUA staff, and discussion prompts, case studies, and other activities for participants. Topics include: What is Active Listening? Many Ways to Listen, Active Listening Skills, Things to Avoid, Ending a Session, Self Care, Am I the Right Person?, Trauma Informed Care, Who Am I As a Listener? Listening to Collective Pain, Crisis Triage, and Expanding the Circle of Support. This program is intended for high school-age youth. Throughout the course, you will find alternate activity suggestions for a group that skews toward the younger ages.

This program is designed for a religious professional to facilitate with their group of youth.


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