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Understanding Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Populations

Understanding Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Populations Understanding TAY Populations training offers Transitional Age Youth (TAY) service providers with the unique skills and practice needed to effectively work with the TAY population. In Understanding Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Populations course outline:    Introduction to TAY populations: 1. Identity and demographics of transition-age youth2. Assessing the needs of transitional age youth3. Challenges and stressors4. Importance of service coordination5. Disconnected / Oppurtunity TAY Characteristics of Disconnected Youth 16-24- the importance of education training and employment disconnected  Gender and Non-Conforming Youth Populations:1. Providing Transgender-Inclusive Care2. Coming Out & Social Transition3. Intimate Partner Violence in LGBTQ Relationships4. Referrals to Transgender Inclusive Services5. Medical Transition6. Staff Cultural Competency Training Intimate Partner Violence:1. Teaches education about the four types of intimate partner violence—physical violence, sexual violence, stalking, and psychological aggression2. Disrupting the pathway towards IPV3. Counseling teaching safe and healthy relationship skills4. Creating protective environments5. Strengthening economic supports for families6. Supporting survivors to increase safety Anger Management:1. Overview of Group Anger Management Treatment, 2. Events and Cues: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Anger, 3.  Anger Control Plans: Helping Group Members Develop a Plan for Controlling Anger, 4. The Aggression Cycle: Changing the Anger Cycle, 5. Cognitive Restructuring 6. The A-B-C-D Model and Thought Stopping, Assertiveness Training7. The Conflict Resolution Model, Alternatives for Expressing Anger, and Anger and the Family Gang and Gang Affiliation:1. Teaches education about risk and protective factors for gang joining, 2. Understanding the gang culture and the failure identity, 3. Suffering from the pain of hopelessness and helplessness experienced by gang members, 4. Developing a caring relationship with gang members and those affected by their affiliation, 5. Using motivational interviewing with a gang involved clients, 6. Relevant referrals and resources Summary and Conclusion

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