Thu, Apr 23 | Great Lakes Center for the Arts

2020 CAPE CONFERENCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2020, 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM
Great Lakes Center for the Arts, 800 Bay Harbor Dr, Bay Harbor, MI 49770, USA

About The Event

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

Lunch Options (At checkout you will be asked to choose ONE of the following lunch sessions): 

L1: Mind Management: A Caretaker’s Guide to Stress Management 

Presented by Gloria Sherman, B.A., M.Ed., LPC 

No matter what your position, you know the stress of working with parents and children. How you react to and handle stress directly impacts how effective you are at work and at home. Stress also impacts your physical and emotional health. Learn practical ways to manage your stress so you can be in top physical and emotional health to handle the day to day challenges effectively.  

L2: Expanding the “YES” Brain While Decreasing the “NO” Brain               

Presented by Gloria Sherman, B.A., M.Ed., LPC 

Learn techniques to develop children who are flexible, curious, resilient, and willing to try new things and learn from mistakes. Help children develop an internal compass that leads to true success. Learn the four fundamentals of the “Yes” Brain: Balance, Resilience, Insight and Empathy. 

Afternoon Options (At checkout you will be asked to choose ONE of the following afternoon sessions): 

A1: The Anishinaabe                                                                                                    

Presented by Anthony Davis, Sr.

The health of the Anishinaabe community will help determine how its children perceive life's challenges.  Family values inform a child's values during early childhood, and the community assists in the progression of the child's value system as the child grows.  During this progression, Anishinaabe children learn to value Creation and other Anishinaabe on a mental, physical, spiritual and emotional level.  The Anishinaabe community teaches its children through the community's behaviors, its cultural teachings, The Creation Story, Seven Grandfathers and numerous other cultural components, all of which are necessary for a good life.   

A2: Social Media and Teen Relationships  

Presented by Megan King, BA 

In this session we will discuss how teens use social media and how their social media use impacts their dating relationships as well as their relationships with caring adults. There will be an emphasis on skills to prevent teen dating abuse.  

A3: Suicide Prevention and You                                       

Presented by Lisa Clavier, Certified safeTALK trainer, Master ASIST 

We all play a role in suicide prevention. Discussion will focus on misconceptions about suicide while learning ways to be alert and creating a community safer from suicide.

A4: Emotional Intelligence: A Key to Increased Happiness 

Presented by Brooke Johncox 

A trainer for Bucket Fillers, presenter will introduce the practice of bucket filling with words and actions for children and adults to protect good thoughts and feelings while developing skills to become a caring and responsible person capable of managing life’s difficulties.

 

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