PAX Tools for Youth Workers

PAX Tools for Youth workers

Program Description

PAX Tools is a collection of research-based strategies to improve cooperation and self-regulation in children. PAX Tools provides for a unified approach to behavior for organizations and professionals throughout your community and allows young people to experience nurturing environments supported by caring adults in community settings and at home.

PAX Tools for Youth Workers Training consists of 4 content hours, in either a live or self-paced format, that equip youth-workers with the strategies and materials to integrate eight evidence-based strategies in their professional role with youth. PAX Tools solution-focused strategies are easily disseminated through existing relationships between professionals and caregivers within the system of care.

This training is appropriate for entry-level and part-time workers serving in one of the following fields:

  • Camp Counselors
  • Recreational Staff
  • Seasonal Staff
  • Volunteers
  • And MORE

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn how PAX Tools can be integrated into daily interactions with young people.
  2. Learn how PAX Tools serve as trauma-informed strategies for use with all children.
  3. Learn how PAX Tools allow children and adults to co-create nurturing environments.
  4. Learn how PAX Tools equip children with positive behavioral skills they can use for a lifetime
  5. Develop strategies that strengthen your ability to work with and impact the lives of children.
  6. Learn to integrate and implement PAX Tools within the Positive Youth Development framework

PAX Tools for Youth Workers Training

This training is for: After School Staff, Camp Counselors, Part-Time Staff, Recreational Staff, Youth Mentors,
and Youth Development Professionals

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PAX Tools for Youth Workers



You have 2 weeks to complete the training.

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Funding made possible (in part) by grant award number H79TI085747 from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and with the support of The Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The views expressed in training materials, publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services or Texas Health and Human Services Commission; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. or Texas Government.