Relationship Skills Class
Please note that the application for the summer session of the Relationship Skills Class has closed. We have not yet scheduled the next session of classes, but we will post that information here when we are ready. You can also check our Facebook page to make sure you hear about it with time enough to apply.
The Arkansas Justice Collective's relationship skills class (RSC) is a six-week course that builds the skills useful for healthy relationships. We are using much of the curriculum created by The NW Network in Seattle; and topics will include: identifying values, accountability, expectations and negotiation, boundary setting, strengthening support networks, and more.
Patrick Yang and Stephen Coger will co-facilitate the RSC at least two times per year.
Patrick Yang is a queer social worker and recent transplant from Austin. He has five years' experience working in a variety of areas, including trauma, HIV, LGBTQIA+ youth, homelessness, substance use, child abuse, and intimate partner violence. Stephen Coger is a queer artist and attorney. As a student of the Relationship Skills Class, Stephen recognized the value of the curriculum to increase positive connections and decrease intimate partner violence, and is excited to learn more while co-facilitating the RSC in Fayetteville.
If you would like to be notified ahead of the next class, please fill out the form below.