• Using Daily Life Events to Facilitate Change Virtual Course  Spring 2022

Live sessions: January 11 - February 22, 2022
 Week 1: January 11, 2022
 Week 2: January 18, 2022
 Week 3: January 25, 2022
 Week 4: February 1, 2022
 Week 5: February 8, 2022
 Week 6: February 15, 2022
 Week 7: February 22, 2022
9:00 am pacific/11:00 central/12:00 eastern
Morning and evening routines. Mealtimes. School days and holidays. Hanging out with friends. Playing sports. Taking a walk. Meeting with or missing loved ones. It's in these seemingly simple, everyday moments a young person’s life can open up significant opportunities for growth and making progress toward their goals. 
This training series equips caring adults with an approach to provide proactive, effective support as these moments are occurring in the daily lives of young people 
In this course participants learn how to recognize and use everyday moments as opportunities for growth and how to think more deeply about the process of providing support and nurturing quality interactions.
Who should participate?
Child and Youth Care practitioners, Educators, and other child serving professionals 
Course Schedule
Each week involves 1-hour of self-paced study and a 1-hour remote videoconference. 
What participants are saying about this course: 
"I really enjoy being able to complete the self-pace portion whenever it works best for me during the week." 
"The discussion and group interaction during the live calls really helps me integrate what I’ve read and listened to in the weekly online modules."
"I love learning on my own – and also really enjoy the interaction in the weekly calls. It’s a perfect blend of what I need to learn best."
"I’m used to attending full day courses, but spreading it out over seven weeks really allows me to think about and practice what I’m learning. I really like that I can show up with questions at the live sessions."
"The topic is so central to working well with groups of young people. The class is already halfway done and I’m learning so much."
For more information about the course, click here. 
CYC Certification Competency Domain:  Developmental Practices
ACYCP Members (membership subject to verification): $189 
Please contact Michael Mitchell or the CYC Office to get the discount code.  We will respond within 48 hours.
14 Class Hour

Created by

James Freeman, MA, CYC-P

James Freeman brings over 30 years of experience serving and leading in social service and education organizations. He holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership and was awarded a career achievement award from the National Staff Development and Training Association. He volunteers as a consulting editor for the International Child and Youth Care Network and advisor for the Association for Child and Youth Care Practice. He has served on the board of directors for the Association of Children’s Residential Centers and is a past president of the Child and Youth Care Certification Board. He’s been married to Julie for 24 years and they have a daughter and two sons they are raising in southern California.