Healthy Dialogue Training Program

Help parents, youth, and youth workers to understand their responsibilities and roles.

Healthy Dialogue Training Program

Help parents, youth, and youth workers to understand their responsibilities and roles.

Our Healthy Dialogue Training Program

“Healthy Dialogue”,  helps parents, youth, and youth workers to understand their responsibilities and roles, and provides two-way boundaries and communication guidelines between youth workers and parents, youth and parents as well.

For Church

The Healthy Dialogue course can be used as:

  • A tool for the youth workers to deepen their relationships with the youth
  • A leadership training program for the youth workers and parents

  • A comprehensive material for youth and parent fellowship and Sunday school
  • A parenting material for the community outreach program

For more information on starting a training class for small group or leaders, please email info@pqcanada.org

For Family

The Health Dialogue course can help alleviate the stress between parents and their teenager through :

  • Helping parents and teenagers understand their roles and responsibilities

  • Learning to set appropriate boundaries
  • Providing parents the skills and tools to communicating with their teenagers

For Small Group

The Healthy Dialogue course is a self enhancement course.

  • It helps to reduce conflicts and communication struggles through learning and understanding the core values and issues of youth in today’s culture

  • Presence could provide teachers to lead group discussions upon request.

Series A - Parents

How can parents have Healthy Dialogue with their teen(s)?

HDE – 101WA / HDE – 101WA-C

English or Chinese Handbook + English Caption or Chinese Caption

Introduces the 6 causes of communication struggles.

Equips parents with skills and tools to enhance communication with their teenagers.

Uses discussion questions and case studies to understand and explain the core values and issues of youth in today’s culture that may create conflict and communication struggles.

Helps participants learn and understand the roles and responsibilities of parents and teenagers in an effort to improve interaction and communication within a family setting.

The material could serve as a training course for youth parents.

6-week small group series or 12-week Sunday School series.

We highly recommend inviting Dr. Agnes for a professional Q&A after the group discussion.

How can parents have Healthy Dialogue with a Youth Worker?

HDE – 102WY

Conducted in English + English Caption & HandBook

Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the relationship and communication between youth and parents.

Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid teenagers in establishing healthy dialogue with parents.

Introduces skills and tools to aid teenagers in connecting and expressing concerns with their parents.

The material could serve as a training course for youth groups.

6-week small group series or 12-week Sunday School series.

Series B - Youth Worker

How can Youth Workers have Healthy Dialogue with Chinese Parents?

HDE- 103WA

Conducted in English + English Caption & Handbook

This Course includes a downloadable study guide, 30+ minutes video (5 lectures), discussion questions, review quizzes, and a certificate of completion at the end of this course. Courses are accessible on mobile, PC, and Mac users. Online teacher assisting service is also available to help answer any course material questions.

Course Description:

Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the ministry partnership between parents and youth workers.

Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid parents and youth workers in establishing healthy dialog and communicating ministry expectations.

Assists in clarifying the ministry roles of parents and youth workers, and helping parents identify and establish healthy relationship boundaries in the youth ministry context.

The material in this class could serve as a foundation for training among youth parents.

Training Youth Workers to help Teens to have Healthy Dialogue with Their Parents?

HDE – 102WY

Conducted in English + English Caption & HandBook

Seeks to understand the unique and traditional dynamics and core values within a typical Asian-American family in an effort to enhance the relationship and communication between youth and parents.

Uses discussion questions and case studies to aid teenagers in establishing healthy dialogue with parents.

Introduces skills and tools to aid teenagers in connecting and expressing concerns with their parents.

The material could serve as a training course for youth groups.

40+ minutes video (7 lectures) 

Wanna learn more about Healthy Dialogue? Let's talk.

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Parenting with Teens Leader Bundle Plan

This curriculum helps alleviate the stress between parents and their teenager, and comes with 6-weeks small group plan and 12-weeks Sunday school plan. Courses can be opened at your convenience.

Taught by Dr. Agnes Ip

Course 1

How Can Parents Have Healthy Dialogue with Their Teen(s)?

Course 2

How Can Parents Have Healthy Dialogue with A Youth Worker?

 

– 1 set of 2 Two downloadable leader study guides.

 – 1 set of 2 Student’s Workbooks.

 – Dr. Agnes to give a professional 90 minutes Q&A Zoom session toward the end of the session.

 – A certificate of completion will be granted at the end of the course for those who complete all the assignments.

Jenny Liaos, Director of Children & Youth Minister, BLCC, Chino