Joy is defined as a pleasurable state that often arises from human connection and serves as a core component for positive mental health outcomes. As youth development professionals, what role do we play in cultivating joy through summer experiences? This interactive session will explore the essential relationship between joy and positive youth development. Join us to learn more about the connection between joy and a child’s environment, how to highlight the uniqueness of children’s joy, and how to affirm families’ role in nurturing joy.
Facilitated by: Kimberly Stokes (Wayne State University Family Resilience Lab) and Heather Bishop (Wayne State University Family Resilience Lab)
Zoom link will be sent one day prior to event.
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