Real Talk is designed to work with elementary through high school students to encourage social and emotional competence. The facilitators use culturally and developmentally appropriate techniques to engage the students in discussing real world issues and strategies for problem solving, goal setting, healthy relationships and more.
Real Talk facilitators use culturally and developmentally appropriate techniques to engage the students in discussing real world issues and to provide strategies for self awareness, self management, social awareness, responsible decision making and relationship skills. Our Real Talk program is patterned from the work by Wings for Kids. Check out these videos highlighting the Wings for Kids approach.
To learn more about Real Talk, please contact CHD Program Director Michelle Butler.
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