The Theme of this programme is 'Personal Boundaries and Limitations'.
During this workshop, participants can choose to take part in a variety of exercises to build skills in identifying and respecting personal boundaries and limitations. This session is the first of a two-day workshop and it will introduce the concepts of recognising our own and other people's boundaries, comfort zones, and individual differences in a fun, interactive way.
Focusing on the concept of respect, whether earned or to be earned, this workshop wil look at personal space and when and why it is important to be respected - and include 'stranger danger'.
Participants will be able to recognise respectful relationships and behaviours that indicate respect for boundaries and will have gained skills in setting their own boundaries and noticing and respecting other people's boundaries.
All activities will reflect on the above areas of the programme e.g. Pebble Exercise - looking at each person's relationship map and who is automatically given respect and who needs to earn it, but also how they should be treating each of the identified people.
Personal Space - What is it, why do we need it and when it's appropriate to encroach on another person's.
Date: Saturday 12th May
Time: 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Venue: Finaghy Youth Centre, 59-73 Finaghy Rd S, Belfast BT10 0BY
Cost: A voluntary donation of £3.00
Suitable for young people with additional needs aged between 16 and 25
For further information and to register interest in attending please contact us by calling 028 9591 8051 or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.