Boundaries aren't some "woo woo" thing that only fragile people need. We all likely have some boundaries already. This course will help you define the boundaries you already have more clearly, as well as identify areas where you may want to create more.
- Youth mentors
- Victim Advocates
- Rape/Crisis Center Staff & Volunteers
- Youth Leaders
- 1 - 1.5 hours. Flexible, self-paced
- EXAMPLES, TYPES AND CONTEXTS OF BOUNDARIES
- HOW WE LEARN ABOUT BOUNDARIES
- THE ROLE OF SELF-ESTEEM
- WHAT TRUST LOOKS LIKE
- HOW TO BUILD ENFORCEABLE BOUNDARIES
- BENEFITS AND USE OF BOUNDARIES
- HELPING CHILDREN SET BOUNDARIES
Outcomes & Practical Application:
- Increased knowledge and awareness of the use of boundaries.
- Reduce risk of predation through use of boundaries.
- Use of boundaries in everyday life.
- Knowledge of strategies and principles for creating boundaries.
- Freedom to act with clear understanding.
Benefits to Self & Others:
- Increased ability to avoid physical, financial and psychological damage
- Stronger ability to support and assist family, friends or clients/constituents
- Ability to educate others within your sphere of influence
- Increased confidence in sharing personal experiences in order to educate others
- Introduction to the Course 00:02:00
- Examples of Boundaries 00:05:00
- How We Learn Boundaries 00:06:00
- The Value of Self-Esteem 00:15:00
- Trust Transactions 00:11:00
- People Are Dark 00:08:00
- Five Boundary Areas 00:05:00
- Four Boundary Types 00:02:00
- Two Boundary Contexts 00:04:00
- Boundaries for Children 00:08:00