Relationships First Virtual Workshop


Building Developmental Relationships for Thriving Youth

Join us for an engaging workshop that highlights the importance of developmental relationships in helping young people discover their true potential. Learn how intentional connections can empower them to shape their own lives, build resilience, and positively contribute to our community.

Discover the power of Developmental Relationships:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of what developmental relationships are
  • Learn practical strategies to create and nurture these connections
  • Explore how developmental relationships enhance academic and social-emotional growth
  • Understand the positive impact on personal responsibility and risk reduction.


Steve Levac, Manager of Youth Services, Halton Children’s Aid Society

As a certified provincial trainer for the Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies and with over 21 years of experience, Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and insight to working with children, youth, and families.  He has led numerous teams and projects covering developmental disabilities, domestic violence, high risk infants, justice, complex mental health, and housing.  He is well-versed and provides training in anti-oppression with a specific focus on 2SLGBTQ.

Steve has a master’s degree in social work from Wilfrid Laurier University, holds certificates in leadership from the Schulich School of Business at York University, and a post-graduate studies diploma in Administration for Not-for-Profit from the University of Toronto.

Steve’s primary vision in his work is that relationships achieve success. He is an expert at achieving this outcome for the benefit of his clients, the community and staff.  As an avid camper, he loves traveling across the province in his pop-up tent trailer visiting various campgrounds and appreciating everything this land has to offer.

Relationships First Virtual Workshop

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Mature man and his son walking in the public park