Social-Emotional Safety Skills
Online Learning Programs
New community webinars and programs tailored to your needs — during the pandemic and beyond.
Parentpower Programs for parents and other caring adults
Select a title below to learn more and register now! Partial scholarships available.
Sexual Abuse Prevention - How to Protect Your Child
“Kidpower replaced my fear about what might happen to my kids with confidence in my ability to keep them safe – without taking away their innocence!” Learn skills and strategies to protect children from sexual abuse without scaring them, destroying their trust, or explaining sexual abuse. Your US$60 registration includes one-on-one email support with questions before and after the workshop and links to resources to help you and your family apply, adapt, and practice the skills. Partial scholarships available.
- New Dates Coming Soon!
Bullying Prevention - Facing Bullying With Confidence
“Bullying at school and on social media was making my child – and us! – feel upset and helpless. Kidpower replaced our helplessness with tools and strategies for taking charge of safety in new ways, and things are definitely improving!” Learn strategies you can use and teach so your child builds age-appropriate skills to be safe in the face of bullying – and so you and other adults can advocate to make schools, neighborhoods, and online spaces safer for kids. Your US$60 registration includes one-on-one email support with questions before and after the workshop and links to resources to help you and your family apply, adapt, and practice the skills. Partial scholarships available.
- New Dates Coming Soon!
Out In Public During Troubled Times - Making Family Safety Plans
“It’s stressful enough going out by myself, but trying to keep my kid safe and also out of other people’s spaces was making me even more anxious. Kidpower strategies have helped me stay calm, assess my options, make safety plans with my kids – and respond with calm and confidence when others in public are acting in ways that aren’t safe.” Learn these strategies and more ways to help your kids be safe in public and with strangers – during the pandemic and beyond. Your US$60 registration includes one-on-one email support with questions before and after the workshop and links to resources to help you and your family apply, adapt, and practice the skills. Partial scholarships available.
- New Dates Coming Soon!
Kidpower Programs for families in partnership with Outschool
Every Monday from November 2nd to November 23rd, 2020 at 10am-10:45am Pacific Time.
Self-Paced Kidpower Online Child Protection Institute – Now Enrolling!
10+ hours of training video plus online coaching for professionals, parents and caregivers
Every child deserves to be safe – but too many are not. Learn to protect children and teens from bullying, abuse, sexual assault, and other dangers. Prepare your family, students, or clients with tools to recognize and avoid danger; set powerful, respectful boundaries; persist to get help; protect their feelings; and develop healthy relationships.
Special Workshop Opportunities
Groups of all kinds organize Kidpower workshops – and sometimes, they want to welcome others, and we help them spread the word by adding their workshops to this list! Check back regularly, because sometimes the list is long, or empty, or includes options available for just a day or two. The workshops listed below are open for enrollment by the general public, within the boundaries listed for each (such as age or geographic location). Read each listing carefully, and if you’d like to learn more or sign up, follow the instructions listed. Kidpower does not oversee enrollment or registration for any of these workshops – all enrollment is managed by the organizing group.
- Special Workshop Opportunities Coming Soon!
We tailor online programs for all kinds of groups!
Schools, clubs, businesses, nonprofit agencies, and informal groups of families and friends organize sessions tailored to their needs. Your options include:
Fullpower Adult Safety Workshops
Fullpower Adult Safety Workshops teach skills for adults to protect themselves and others from harassment, violence, and other threats to physical and emotional safety in the workplace, online, in public, and at home.
Professional Development Workshops
Professional Development Workshops teach strategies for preK-college and health/social service agency staff to integrate Kidpower skills and methodology in their work with students, patients, clients, and consumers.
Parent Workshops teach caregivers how to protect and empower their children with age-appropriate safety, communication, and relationship building skills.
Parent/Child Workshops give families fun, engaging opportunities to practice age-appropriate safety and communication skills together.
Parent/Teen Workshops focuses on safety skills for growing independence in public, including online, as well as boundary and communication skills for healthy relationships.
Class/Group Workshops for school or agency groups together with their regular teachers, staff, counselors, coaches, or other leaders teach skills adapted to their ages, abilities, and life situations.
Students of diverse abilities practice “Looking at each other with eyes of love” while learning relationship safety skills.
TELL US WHAT YOU NEED!
Our online workshops are tailored to the life situations of each group based on your needs and priorities. During this time of social disruption brought about by the pandemic, people commonly ask us about skills, tools, and strategies to:
- Develop emotional safety skills and strategies
- De-escalate, avoid, and resolve conflicts with family/roommates in close quarters
- Set, negotiate, and uphold boundaries with children and teens
- Effectively communicating boundaries with other parents whose views and priorities are different
- Make side-by-side remote work and distance learning less stressful and more productive
- Parent babies and toddlers, solo or as a pair in isolation without other adult help
- Develop strategies to prevent negative impacts of social isolation
- Advocate long-distance to help protect loved ones you cannot be with in person, such as to help them get medical care or food
- Make safety plans for stay-at-home situations with someone who can be hurtful, abusive, or violent
- Advocate to get help for yourself and those you care about who are now distanced from therapists, teachers, and other care providers, who were counted on for ongoing healthcare and well-being
- Help others, including children, learn and use age-appropriate versions of these skills
- Making safety plans for going out in public during the pandemic
We are working with people who want to organize online Fullpower Adult Safety Leadership Workshops for taking charge of emotional and physical safety with families, in workplaces, and out in public — and online Kidpower workshops for small groups of young people of different ages and abilities with their adults. Use the form below to tell us what you need and we will contact you to organize a workshop tailored to your needs.
Contact us to talk about a workshop for your group!
“Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas and online resources with educators like me. I have been an early childhood educator for 32 years and believe in developing socio-emotional skills of young children.The socio-emotional issues we tackle in the classroom are getting more and more challenging each day. And what you do makes our lives as teachers a lot easier. Thank you for what you do.”
— Jocelynn Summers, Pre-K Teacher at The Tobin School in Natick, MA
Kidpower Online Learning Programs
At-Home Activities & Resources: Watch, Read, Color, & Share!
Download these fun and informative posters, ebooks, and safety tips to share skills with children in your life.
Kidpower Coloring Books — in 11 Languages!
Kidpower Safety Signals for Kids, Teens, and Adults
Adults and Teens
Recorded Community Webinars and Teaching Videos
Featured Fullpower Teen & Adult Safety Skills Webinars
The tremendous response we have had to our Fullpower Community Webinar Series shows how the emotional safety, boundary-setting, advocacy, and conflict resolution skills we teach are needed more now than ever in these challenging times.
Watch recordings of our new webinars below and use the following links to check out the additional resources mentioned in each webinar:
- Emotional Safety Webinar – Resources
- Boundary Skills Webinar – Resources
- Advocacy Skills Webinar – Resources
- Conflict Resolution Skills Webinar – Resources
See our Kidpower Videos page for more.
Featured Kidpower Safety Skills Video Shorts for Kids and their adults
See more Kidpower Videos for Teaching Children