WHEN: Wednesday, May 5 & Friday, May 7 (9am - 12:15pm MT)
A two part training presented by All Faiths Children’s Advocacy Center
Participants are expected to attend both parts of this training
Juliet Kinkade-Black, LMFT & Donna Lucero, MA, LPCC
What is the Nurtured Heart Approach?
NHA As a Therapeutic Tool “Who uses NHA ?” The Nurtured Heart Approach® (NHA) is a curriculum for relationship. It supports adults in relating to children in ways that guide them to use their intensity successfully and positively. Through the NHA, children come to see their intensity as fuel for greatness, not as a deficit or a handicap. Originally developed for working with the most challenging children, the NHA works to awaken the greatness inherent in all children. Rather than acting out negatively, children begin to act out their greatness – and adults get to experience the joy of being a highly effective agent of change in the lives of children.
Participants will develop an understanding of the philosophy of NHA.
Participants will define intensity.
Participants will learn and apply the 3 Stands.
Participants will learn and apply the NHA recognition techniques.
Participant will explore reset and its application and use.
Lecture, PowerPoint Presentation, Video/Story, Practical application, Large and small group discussion
**Note that you must register for Part 1 & Part 2 separately (participants are expected to attend both parts)
Nurtured Heart Approach Part 1
When: May 5, 2021 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
The New Mexico Out-of-School Time Network (NMOST) brings together policymakers, educators, childcare providers, youth development workers, and other stakeholders interested in ensuring positive youth development opportunities and outcomes through out-of-school time programs.