About the Training Topic: Goal setting is an important tool in helping at risk youth organize their home, school and life planning. This proven goal setting approach presents a strength- based, interactive, systematic approach to writing specific, measureable, achievable, realistic and timed (SMART) goals with at risk youth.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion participants will be able to:
Facilitate behavioral-based, academic and personal goal setting with at risk youth by writing specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timed (SMART) goals.
Apply a concise and structured method to help keep youth motivated and on track with goals to reduce risk taking behaviors.
Assist youth in identifying strengths and potential barriers.
This training is free but you must register! Seating is very limited as there will only be 20 slots available. COSA-NCADD is an approved CE provider of the Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiniers and NAADAC, the association for addiction professionals. One contact hour will be provided.