Life History Consulting

You are invited to work with Power of Story on a one-on-one consulting basis if you are ready to make life histories happen in your organization or non-profit.

Power of Story is dedicated to ensuring that every young person in out-of-home care has access to their life history information and voice in telling their own story. We believe this can result in a deeper sense of belonging, increased self-awareness, and healing. This is the power and possibility of Life History. 

We look forward to partnering with you to tailor a unique and appropriate approach to your particular situation. This includes the integration of social-emotional learning and a human rights perspective that values youth as key stakeholders. 

The first step is to reach out, for a no-obligation initial response. We will respond within a few days with possible next steps and rates for any services you choose to pursue, including a one-on-one Consulting Call with our Executive Director.

A Consulting Call includes:

  • A one-on-one Zoom with our Executive Director
  • Personalized identification of YOUR goals and objectives
  • Targeted recommendations for next-step tools and resources
  • Immediately implementable suggestions for YOUR short-term and long-term goals
  • A written summary of the conversation and recommendations

After we’ve worked together in our session, or if you already have ideas on how we can work together, we would be happy to discuss additional ways to partner together.

In ways such as:

  • Assessing where your organization is, making more specific goals, and mapping out a plan to achieve them.
  • Creating and implementing surveys, focus groups, and brainstorming sessions for your staff, young people, and families to measure needs, impact, and areas for growth.
  • Reviewing the laws in YOUR area that impact Life History work.
  • Training and coaching for parents, front-line workers, and administration.
  • Create programs and initiatives that will impact your organization, staff, young people, and families.

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