Presentations, Trainings, and Workshops

Presentations, Trainings, and Workshops to Help Develop yourself and your Staff

To discuss potential presentations, trainings, or events please contact Jonathan Ugalde.

List of topics available. Don’t see what you need? It might be in development or able to be created just for you and your organization. List last updated 05/29/2016.

Title: Description:
“Abuse & Sensitivity” Workshop Length of Session: 1 hour

Goals of Session:

  • Train individuals and staff on what it means to be a mandated reporter.
  • Provide necessary legal guidelines for determining reporting abuse
  • Staff will be able to understand and recognize symptoms of abuse
  • Staff will take away how to engage with others (especially campers) in sensitive conversations
“Communication: A Windowed Experience” Presentation Length of Session: 1 hour

Goals of Session:

  • Help participants gain a better understanding of how they communicate
  • Develop an understanding of Johari’s Window model of communication
  • Participants will take away skills on how to actively listen, and process feedback from others
“Decisions and Problems: Chaotic, Neutral, or Lawful?” Workshop Length of Session: 2 Hours

Goals of Session:

  • Provide experiential initiatives and activities with purpose of developing better problem solving and decision making skills
  • Participants away skills in better decision making and problem solving both as an individual and as group
“Conflict Resolution: Peace, War, Compromise, or Consensus?” Presentation Length of Session: 1 Hour

Goals of Session:

  • Provide a comprehensive assessment of conflict from the process to the purpose of conflict
  • Participants will take away knowledge of their own conflict style and strategies to effectively resolve conflict
“Reconnecting to Ourselves: Wilderness Therapy and Healing” Presentation Length of Session: 1.5 Hours

Goals of Session:

  • Provide participants with a better understanding of principles associated with wilderness therapy and adventure based counseling
  • Explore the benefits of taking time in the wilderness as part of the healing process
  • Describe the benefits of a wilderness therapy model for those dealing with various struggles such as anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and low self-esteem