Active Adults

Active Adults is 12 units, each with A and B sessions. Life skills, especially relationship skills are key for success in parenting, professional and personal relationships, and especially helpful for those incarcerated or transitioning from incarceration. Sessions include experiential activities. Shares Leader’s Guide with Active Relationships for Young Adults as it can be used with concurrent classes for teenagers, aiding parents in finding a common language to discuss newly learned life and relationship skills. Authored by Kelly Simpson, MA, LMFT. It is a companion program to Active Relationships for Young Adults (ARYA).

This curriculum includes these and other topics:

  • Communication skills
  • Conflict resolution
  • Emotion management
  • Making budgets
  • Wise choices for friends
  • Dating and marriage
  • Recognizing personal strengths
  • Planning for the future