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Editor's note: I really like this resource! It is a much-needed introduction into what volunteers need to look out for. It's more introductory than in-depth and detailed training (which should allow the average-youth worker to feel comfortable teaching it). Very helpful for those who want to tackle this topic with their volunteers.

We've heard about trauma-informed care or trauma-informed classrooms, but have you ever considered trauma-informed discipleship? What a teenager believes about God may be directly connected to the trauma they have experienced in the past. This training session for leaders will help them think about how they can best disciple the teenagers in their group while keeping their past hurts in mind.

This Resource Includes:
• Training overview document (Word file)
• Complete training manuscript (Word file)
• Small group guide (Word file)
• Participant handout (Word file)
• PowerPoint presentation file
• Introductory video
• Complete graphics package (jpeg files)
• PowerPoint game/discussion: Jack & Jill

Trauma-Informed Discipleship

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The Unique Discipleship Needs of Traumatized Teenagers is a complete training session to help youth workers talk about God to teens who come from hard places.
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Arthur Woods

10 years as a youth pastor - helping disciple students and develop leaders - not a bad way to spend a decade. Arthur has a masters degree in Student & Family Ministry and loves helping students and leaders become the person that God created them to be. He and his wife, Liz live in Lancaster PA with their two amazing daughters. Arthur is a fan of the New York Red Bulls soccer team, chai tea lattes from Starbucks and all things Disney World.

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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!