Impacts of Parental Mental Health on Child Safety
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Participants will be engaged to consider their own thoughts, beliefs, and biases about mental illness; understand basic definitions associated with parental mental illness and child safety; and identify family assessment strategies that can focus on the intersection between parental mental illness and child safety. Additionally, ideas and tools for drafting effective case plans and objectives to achieve child safety with parental mental illness is a factor will also be discussed. Finally, participants will receive resources for services and interventions that promote the reduction of risk associated with parental mental illness and enhance protective factors for family well-being.

Audience Description: 

This is an in-service training for all levels of the child welfare workforce.

Topics: 
Assessment and Planning
Mental Health
Delivery Method: 
Classroom
Webinar
Training Level: 
In-Service
Hours: 
6
Audience: 
Social Workers
Supervisors
Area Administrators
Is this course eligible for STARS credit?: 
No
Course Requires Coaching Session?: 
No
Registration Instructions: 

DCYF staff can register for Impacts of Parental Mental Health on Child Safety through the Washington State Learning Center (WSLC). For help with WSLC, please contact DCYF.LearningCenter@dcyf.wa.gov.

Other workforce members can request registration for this course using the Alliance External Registration form. Use this if you are CWTAP, Tribal Workers, Private Agency, and Judicial Personnel (incl. CASA/GAL). For help with this webform, please contact Alliance Support via alliancesupport@uw.edu.

Classes Available

Webinar

DCYF Staff Register Here
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  • Nov 22, 2021 9:00AM to 4:00PM

DCYF Staff Register Here
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  • Dec 17, 2021 9:00AM to 4:00PM