Youth and Parent Empowerment Workshops under Richard Celestin Consulting Group LLC are designed and developed to address the growing need for support among young people as well as parents. Workshops are implemented to elementary, middle and high school aged students as well as the parents of these students. The goal is to challenge and break any negative thought processes and habits and replace them with well-informed, productive, and empowering systems of thought designed to achieve success.


Workshop topics include, but are not limited to

  • Know Your Rights / Right To Know (NY)

  • Consequential Thinking

  • Developing Resilience

  • Success Planning

  • How to Think Like a Boss

  • Developing a Hustler’s Mentality to Success

  • Overcoming Adversity

  • Engaging Students During COVID

  • Goal Setting and Execution

  • Pitfalls of Social Media

  • Bullying and Cyberbullying

  • Successful High School to College Transition

  • College and Career Readiness

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Young Men’s Workshop

  • Social Justice and Advocacy (ranges from topics including The Bathroom Debate, Athletes and Activism, Police & Community Relations, The 13th Amendment, and Educational Inequality)

All workshops are implemented by Richard Celestin, a licensed practicing attorney and educator with over 12 years experience working with school-aged youth, with a focus and specialty in dealing with at-risk youth.

Workshops can be designed to fit the needs of the students and the school. Each workshop is designed to meet the needs of the school and the vision of the school leader. Workshops can range in time, frequency and audience size and can be implemented in-person or virtually.

For more information regarding topics, workshop admin, or costs, please contact Richard Celestin.

The workshops were engaging and relevant to my students. They thoroughly enjoyed the topics and the conversations kept their interest which can sometimes be difficult. The students connected with the numerous scenarios and stories that were shared. Including personal stories helped the students connect with Mr. Celestin even more and trust that he understands their concerns. The students could tell that Mr. Celestin was excited to be there and enjoyed speaking with them. This combination helped them to take the conversations to heart and start to think about ways their decisions will affect their future goals.

High School Teacher
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