Strength-based case management for youth workers is a collaborative process between vulnerable youths and the youth workers for the wellbeing of the youths. Youth workers are those who are involved
Strength-based case management for youth workers is a collaborative process between vulnerable youths and the youth workers for the wellbeing of the youths. Youth workers are those who are involved in delivering services to the vulnerable youths, such as youth case managers, lay helpers, teachers, youth pastors, school counselors, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and family members.
This full day workshop seeks to empower youth workers in applying strengths-based interventions with the youths they work with; and how to collaborate with relevant parties in working with the youth-in-needs for quality mental health care on the journey to recovery. The ultimate aim is to transform the youths-in-need through individualized care and support so they can meet life’s challenges, develop resiliency, and to live a purpose-driven life.
Open to Youth workers and anyone involved in delivering services to vulnerable youths, such as youth case managers, lay helpers, teachers, youth pastors, school counselors, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and family members.
- Define case management and explain the strength-based approach in
working with youths.
- Briefly define the functions of the case management cycle, and using the strengths-based case management approach to find solutions to the challenges youths faced.
- Provide useful insight, tools and techniques to help youth workers incorporate the strengths approach in their work with vulnerable youths.
- Apply practical strategies to bring out the innate strengths and resilience of youths they work with in a strengths-based way.
- Collaborate with relevant parties in providing systematic framework and strategies to ensure appropriate case management model in delivering services to the youths-in-needs.
Feb 22, 2020
NACC Office, No. 2-2B, Block K, Jalan PJU 1/3A, Sunway MAS Commercial Centre, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
- RM80 for NACC members
- RM160 for non-members
LKM CPD Hours Awarded: 2 CPD Hours
NACC Contact Hours Awarded: 4 hours
- Online registration and payment below
- Crossed cheque in the name of “National Assoc of Christian Counsellors” and send by post to the NACC office at:
No. 2-2B, Block K, Jalan PJU 1/3A, Sunway MAS Commercial Centre, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
- Registration via email and Online Transfer to Bank account, with your full name and membership number (if any):
Name: National Association of Christian Counsellors, Malaysia
MBB A/C No. 5122 3134 8681
** Important: For payment methods 2 & 3, please email your registration and bank in or transfer payment confirmation to : firstname.lastname@example.org otherwise we cannot register you for this event.
(Saturday) 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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Dr. Yeo Pei Li
Dr. Yeo Pei Li
A licensed counsellor with the Malaysia's Board of Counsellor since 2003. She specializes in career counseling, family counseling, and using psychometric testing in her sessions, such as administering personality test, career interest test, aptitude test and couples test. Besides counseling, she lectures, gives talks and conducts workshops to a wide spectrum of society, i.e. from school children to corporate staff. Topics she has trained or lecture include Personal Development Series such as self-discovery, leadership, time management, motivation, paracounseling skills, sex education, career planning, resume writing and interviewing skills. Her doctorate is in counsellor education and supervision from Regent University. She is the Dean of Counselling at Alpha Omega International College, board member of NACC Malaysia and an active member of the Family Life Ministries at FGA KL, her home church. She was formerly a banker and has worked in the Customer Service Division and Training Department.