oin YJP + Rebecca Brown from JF&CS Atlanta for an interactive evening workshop where you will walk away with strong skills in
– Understanding/clarifying your own wants and needs
– Identifying healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors
– Skills for communication, boundaries, and managing conflict
Refreshments will be served.
Rebecca Brown is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master’s degree in Social Work from New York University. Rebecca is the Outreach and Prevention Social Worker for the JF&CS Shalom Bayit program. She believes in the importance of community outreach as a means to foster social change and educate future generations. Facilitating programs for youth and adults, Rebecca provides education and programming to the Jewish community surrounding topics such as domestic violence, healthy relationships, gender, and empowerment. She is a certified instructor of Youth Mental Health First Aid and provides workshops for parents and professionals working with youth, as well as other psycho-educational programs for mental health awareness. Rebecca has a background providing therapeutic services to children and families within the child welfare system of San Francisco and outpatient mental health services at a community clinic in New York. Prior to moving to Atlanta, she worked as a group facilitator for program evaluation of California state policy related to foster care support and safety.
In addition to her outreach position, Rebecca also provides therapeutic services for children, adolescents and adults experiencing various mental health challenges. She takes a holistic, relational, and strengths-based approach to treatment. Rebecca has a passion for supporting her clients through collaboration, exploration and connection.