This training will provide in-depth discussion of topics relevant for providing developmentally appropriate, trauma-informed, and culturally responsive, care for children involved with the child welfare system.
- Participants will understand the basic concepts of power and control in intimate partner relationships.
- Participants will be able to differentiate between tolerable and toxic stress and the impact that this has on child development.
- Participants will understand ways that exposure to domestic violence impacts child behavior.
- Participants will learn parenting skills to support children in their recovery from exposure to domestic violence.
- Melissa Middleton, Ph.D
- Devi Miron Murphy, Ph.D
- Letia O. Bailey, LCSW
Upon successful completion of training, participants will receive 1.75 General Social Work CEUs and Foster Parent for training credit.
Things to Know:
- Learners will complete the pre/post-test and evaluation electronically through the LCWTA eLearning Management system. Google Chrome as a default browser is preferable.
- Learners are expected to arrive on time and participate fully throughout the course. Arrival and departure times will be electronically recorded in the LCWTA eLearning
- Management System. Learners who arrive more than 30 minutes late will not be admitted.
Credit for courses will be given only to those who complete the entire course. If a learner must leave a class early, the learner will not receive credit for the course.
By registering for this training you are agreeing to abide by the Professionalism Expectations for DCFS/LCWTA Learners.