Save and print selected articles in a PDF journal. I even bully him. I felt as if I was losing my child. Identification must be produced on request. Sometimes it really bothers me. Decisions of the raffle judges are final - no substitutions will be available.
High school student, Archimedean Academy I learned that being yourself is not a problem and that everyone likes different things.
It opened my eyes to how gender and orientation show up in medicine. In accepting the prize, the winner, acknowledges that CJFL may not be held liable for any loss, damages or injury associated with accepting or using this prize.
Teach For America corps member I have been shut down by my colleagues on even starting conversations about gay youth. Instead of being in a toxic cycle, I can use the new model of communication to speak with others. The contest is open to the general public. I see now, I am being an activist judge by denying these rights.
This course helped me reflect on my personal life and how I can better the communication within my own family.
It made me realize that I am valuable. One entry per person.
We look forward to further collaboration. Members need to be at least 18 years Project yes. This contest is subject to all federal, provincial and municipal laws. Early Childhood Teacher By far the most candid conversation I have ever had on these topics.
This is the way to make true change and keep all young people safe. The information was authentic and anecdotal, which highlighted easy things I can do to make it safe for my patients. Hal Marshall, Sapient Razorfish People Strategy Team Completely changed my perspective and made me aware of derogatory terms I may be using unintentionally.
I learned that we can all make a contribution to stop it. It got me looking at the language I use so I can avoid setting harmful stereotypes for youth. Through educational sessions, staff has gained valuable knowledge and skills.
CJFL is not responsible for lost, misdirected or delayed entries. Now I can support staff so they can help these youth develop their voices. I will take these tools back to my agency and the schools where we work.
Amanda, teacher I learned that bullying can be a form of communication. YES Institute Named Nonprofit of the Year by Chamber of Commerce Very applicable to my practice—up-to-date research, policies, and language that will allow me to better serve my patients.
Now I am able to hear my year-old and truly be proud of my transgender son - Parent After the YES Institute dialogue, I now feel more knowledgeable to support my clients and families. Making fun of someone for who they are or who they like is not okay.
Now I feel compassion. I am tired of tripping over my words with gay and transgender patients.
Henderson High School Student Not everything has to be a battle. Incomplete entries will be disqualified. To enter, complete the signup form and join as a member. Save articles to your favorites folder. The prize is not redeemable in cash and must be accepted as awarded. I feel lucky that our students have this precious opportunity of open dialogue and learning on the topics of gender and orientation.
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A Communication Called "Bullying" course participant I learned so much today.Project Y.E.S. was founded by Agudath Israel of America The Center for Jewish Family Life/Project YES - 56 Briarcliff Drive, Monsey, NY () ext. Fax: () email: [email protected] YES Institute has saved my family.
It's because of YES Institute that we now have the ability to really listen to each other, inspire healing, seek education, and build a safe and comfortable home. Ceres Project YES, Ceres, California. likes · 24 talking about this · 58 were here.
Located at Central Ave Ceres, CA /5(26). Project YES! pushed me towards a new direction in my life. Before I wanted to be a police officer and now I have switched to be more development oriented.
I am currently in the process of applying to graduate school for International Development. Project YES is the Private Practice of Dr.
Tatyana Kholodkov, a licensed psychologist. Dr. Kholodkov offers wellness services to individuals, couples and groups. Project YES is about saying YES to wellness and beginning the journey to a healthier emotional and physical well-being.
Project YES (youth employment services) is a federally funded program under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) designed to help economically disadvantaged youth overcome barriers to achieving academic and personal.Download