GUIDE OF INTERVENTIONS CERTIFICATION
RPC’s Guide of Intervention certification is a 32 hour curriculum created and designed by a licensed counselor and social worker that is proven to aide youth in reaching their maximum potential and learning new skills. It’s a format of 33 vertebrae (stages) of interventions and techniques to teach new skills and change behaviors for youth with special needs.
This workshop teaches how to create implement and track effective therapeutic interventions.
- Participants are introduced to the Radical Positivity model that encourages risk taking, positive support, team effort, communication, leadership, teamwork and positive outcomes.
- Participants are provided opportunities to interact in a non-threatening, fun and engaging environment.
- Participants are provided a forum where they are able to take some risks but where their efforts become more important than success and failure.
- Participants are provided opportunities to enhance their personal effectiveness as a parent or guardian, clinician or youth advocate.
- Participants are provided an opportunity to get to know one another quickly and differently than they might in the work place, which in turn helps to strengthen workplace relationships and productivity.
“RADICALLY STRONG” TEAM BUILDING
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RSTB training is a strengths based training designed for groups of adults who come together in “work” settings i.e., schools, churches, government agencies non profits or private organizations. Trainers spend time in advance of the training day with agency leadership, conducting a needs assessment to tailor the training to existing strengths, and identified needs. It is a creative workshop that engages, encourages, and motivates individuals to be motivational, positive, team and goal oriented, and to operate with a proactive attitude that promotes unified success.
Through activities, goal oriented games, collaborative assignments and team challenges, adults come together to learn more about their interactive styles, communication styles, learning behaviors, attitudes and beliefs. Role identification, productivity, time management and utilization reviews are consistently addressed.
BEHAVIOR SUPPORT PARTNERING
These workshops are for parents, teachers and behavioral health professionals who work in settings where children are striving to change unwanted behaviors and learn new skills. Incorporating key elements of the Radical Positivity Guide of Interventions curriculum, this workshop focuses on identifying target behaviors, engaging children in goal-setting activities, implementing behavior modification programs, and practicing behavior management techniques.
Teaching new skills and changing behaviors are goals set for both adult and child. Support groups are created, resource management techniques are developed, and adults learn to use fun, “out of the box” strategies to aid children in reaching their maximum potential.
The BSP component objective is that parents, teachers and behavior health professional; 1. Learn effective strategies to empower their children to make positive constructive decisions. 2. Establish or regain effective communication lines. 3. Create a healthy social environment in the household and community. 4. How create therapeutic behavior modification techniques that include child’s input.
GETTING TO KNOW ME
Is an intense support service only for youth ages 12-17! This intense support navigates small groups (15-25) of youth through a therapeutic process that teaches new skills, change behavior, and promotes success. Using therapeutic art, music, drama, and recreational interventions, youth are moved through a model with 3 stages:
Stage 1.Social Development – The focus of this stage is enhancing social skills. Initially, this stage emphasizes teambuilding, creating a positive peer culture, crisis intervention, conflict resolution and peer mediation. Youth will be able to identify positive and negative behavior, as well as interpret positive and negative consequences. Upon completion of this stage, youth will be able to demonstrate positive socially acceptable behaviors by choice, and will be effectively mentored through the next stages.
Stage 2. Emotional Awareness – This stage focuses on youth beginning the process of understand their emotions and patterns of relationships. This stage is characterized by its focus on self-expression and nurturance. Youth will demonstrate a positive regard for themselves, peers, family, animals, nature and their community. Completion of this stage will allow youth to demonstrate empathy, take responsibility for all actions, and establish and maintain healthy relationships in which they can be mentored into the final stage.
Stage 3 Autonomy – This stage is characterized by its focus on future planning, career choices, peer mentoring, and most importantly leadership. This stage is where life skills and independence are operationalized in internships, volunteer work, community service projects and employment settings, insuring that youth are ready to face life’s obstacles. This is the final stage in the support service process before completing the program.
This training requires 6-8 hours (weekly) of direct support services during the academic year. Note: If RPC is not the direct services providers of these services, the staff providing services should have completed the full training and certification in the Guide of interventions Radical Positivity curriculum.
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