Parenting Teens Part 3: Developing and Sustaining Healthy and Supportive Relationships With Your Youth (webinar)
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     Grief and loss are powerful experiences in the lives of youth in out-of-home care. The third session in the “Parenting Teens” series concentrates on the way this history can create expectations or associations that can interfere with a child’s ability to form secure bonds.
     In this course you will learn about the types of grief and loss and what impact each may have on a youth, including the teen’s ability to attach. Learning how to promote attachment is a strong portion of this training, as so much of building a supportive relationship lies with developing a sense of security. In that vein, you also will learn about developing “felt safety,” which happens when a youth truly believes they are safe; and developing structure and nurture, essential components of safety and healing.
     You will leave this training being able to identify specific actions you can take to develop attachment and strengthen your relationship with your youth, and knowing how to be present in a way that shows support.
 

The “Parenting Teens” series comprises seven parts for prospective and current foster, adoptive, kinship and guardian parents who are or will be raising older children from foster care who have moderate to severe emotional and behavioral challenges. 

Each part should be taken in order. 

Topics: 
Core Training
Caregiver Skills
Caregiver Support and Information
Child Development, Health and Well-Being, Education
Parenting
Trauma
Delivery Method: 
Webinar
Training Level: 
In-Service
Hours: 
3
Audience: 
Caregivers
Pre-Learning Assignments: 
Learners must complete Parts 1 and 2 before moving on to Part 3
Course Requires Coaching Session?: 
No
Special Instructions: 

The “Parenting Teens” series comprises seven parts for prospective and current foster, adoptive, kinship and guardian parents who are or will be raising older children from foster care who have moderate to severe emotional and behavioral challenges.

Each part should be taken in order.

This course is from the CORE Teen curriculum that was developed through a 3-year cooperative agreement with the Children’s Bureau. Spaulding for Children worked with several partners to create the curriculum: The Child Trauma Academy; The Center for Adoption Support and Education; the North American Council on Adoptable Children; and the University of Washington. The curriculum was tested in four pilot sites over 18 months.

Classes Available

Webinar

Caregivers Register Here

  • Oct 26, 2021 5:30PM to 8:30PM