Enroll in one or more trainings below for parents.

Trauma-Informed Parenting Workshop

When parents are trauma-informed, statistics demonstrate that they are better equipped to help their children heal.

Mental Health Awareness Training

Knowing is half the battle. Training on this topic raises awareness of ill-mental health, such as stress, depression and anxiety.

Parental Advisory Training

Don't stay out of touch with the elements in today's culture competing with you for your youth's attention & allegiance.

Trauma-Informed Parenting Workshop


The Trauma-Informed Parenting Workshop seeks to educate and inform adult participants on the impacts of trauma on the development and behavior of children, while also ensuring that families know how to access timely, quality, and effective trauma-focused interventions and resources which support resilience, long-term healing and recovery. The curriculum uses evidence-based materials and training from the International Trauma Training Institute (ITTI) and The National Child Traumatic Stress Network. These trainings have been used in each of the categories (parents, educators, professionals), and have a proven impact on knowledge levels as well as mental health outcomes. Parents are provided with strategies to respond effectively to children impacted by trauma by addressing both their emotional as well as their behavioral challenges.

To inquire about participating in The Yunion's Trauma-Informed Parenting Worskhop, please contact The Yunions office at 313-870-9771.


Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders. Parents improve skills needed to identify whether their children are exhibiting symptoms that indicate either Severe Emotionally Disturbed or Serious Mental Illness, and provide information on the steps they can take to address their children's mental health challenges. The sessions also cover Aggression Replacement Training (ART) and Suicide Prevention Training. These offerings will provide parents with more tools to address various forms of mental health challenges.

Mental Helath Awareness Training for Parents - Workshop by The Yunion in Detroit MI

To inquire about participating in Mental Health Awareness Training, please contact The Yunions office at 313-870-9771.


Our Parental Advisory Training is a 90-minute interactive, multi-media session that exposes the negative effect that the mass media is having on our children. Through powerful imagery, video, and engaging discussions, we address the root cause of adolescent risk behaviors such as substance abuse, violence, teen pregnancy, fatherlessness, bullying, and underage drinking. Many people fail to understand the significant role music, movies, and the mass media plays on the psyche of young minds. By design, the catchy lyrics, catch phrases, and subliminal images enter our children’s subconscious, and before they know it, they’re walking around participating in unhealthy and potentially dangerous behavior. Parents, teachers, youth workers, and community leaders leave this training encouraged and equipped with the tools needed to not only effectively communicate with their children, but also counter the potentially deadly influence that music, movies, mainstream and social media has on our children.


  • Better understanding of the Hip Hop and music entertainment culture
  • Learn the purpose of subliminal messages/advertising and how it negatively effects their children
  • Learn how to monitor their children on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.)
  • Learn how to effectively fight against the “power” of radio and media
  • Know what to look and listen for in Hip-Hop/R&B/Pop music and videos
  • Gain the information & confidence needed to wisely relate to their children
  • Gain the information & confidence needed to engage their children in critical thinking conversations
  • Gain the information and confidence needed to reduce the risks of their children participating in premature sexual activity and/or contracting an STD.

To inquire about participating in The Yunion's Parental Advisory Training, please contact The Yunion's Office at 313-870-9771.


To inquire about participating in a Parental Training, please contact The Yunions office at 313-870-9771.