Train for a meaningful career working with youth at risk.
Learn therapeutic, mental health and addictions strategies. This program offers several experiential learning opportunities to give you job-ready skills from behaviour management simulations to student-led research initiatives.
Your Future Career
- Youth restorative justice services
- Indigenous youth services
- Youth treatment facilities
- Acute care facilities
- Addiction and support services
- Community and victim services
What You Learn
- Mental health and addictions
- Early intervention
- Youth justice
- Case and behaviour management
- Program leadership and development
- Indigenous youth and special populations
Post-Secondary Diploma, advanced Diploma or Degree in a related field that includes: Community Justice Services; Mental Health & Addiction; Social Service Worker; Early Childhood Education; Indigenous Wellness and Addictions; Recreation Leadership; and Police Foundations.
|YAR 110||Youth Justice|
|YAR 120||Youth at Risk: Current Trends|
|YAR 130||Mental Health and Addiction|
|YAR 140||Therapeutic Programming I|
|YAR 150||Trauma Informed Care|
|YAR 160||Early Intervention|
|YAR 170||Youth for Youth: Action Based Research|
|YAR 210||Case Management|
|YAR 220||Program Leadership and Development|
|YAR 230||Indigenous Youth|
|YAR 250||Behaviour Management|
|YAR 260||Special Populations|
|YAR 270||Professional Certification (4 weeks/4 training courses)|
|YAR 240||Therapeutic Programming II (Applied / 1 week off campus)|
Ontario College Certificate
Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.