Youth Programs

Youth Programs for all Ages

Know Your Child and Know Your Teen (Ages 4-7)

Know Your Child (KYC) and Know Your Teen (KYT) programs are 2-hour workshops for parents to help them better understand their children and teenagers to make parenting a joyful adventure.  KYC and KYT examine the root cause of the behavioural patterns that children and teenagers exhibit, and equip parents with the knowledge to help them blossom to their fullest potential. The two workshops give parents an insight into how children and teenagers think.

ART Excel (Ages 8-13)

The ART Excel program supports the overall well-being of children by teaching them a variety of empowering techniques that foster peace of mind, mental clarity and focus, physical relaxation and emotional stability. This course is taught through games and activities where students learn valuable lessons in sharing with others, working and playing in harmony and developing a sense of belonging with others. Children become more self-expressive, comfortable and natural with diverse groups of people. Activities such as making a new friend each day and random acts of kindness help students to become aware of the needs of others and encourage the integration of human values into their daily lives. 

The Youth Empowerment Seminar - YES! (Ages 14-17)

The Youth Empowerment Seminar (YES!) for Schools for ages 14-17 is dedicated to providing youth with a healthy body, healthy mind and healthy lifestyle.  We do this by offering youth practical tools and life skills to manage stress and emotions.  When students learn how to manage their stress in a healthy way, they exhibit greater confidence and motivation to succeed in school and make healthy choices when faced with life's challenges. 

Young people face emotional issues such as low self-esteem, depression and anxiety that are a source of great stress, which inhibits learning.  Without a healthy alternative, students often turn to unhealthy strategies to cope with these problems including: smoking, alcohol or drugs, aggression and violence, and withdrawal from social interaction.  As students learn to reduce stress and manage emotions they gain the ability to focus and perform well academically at school, as well as the ability to build more positive relationships with their peers, parents and teachers. 

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