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Are you a relative, parent, foster parent or caregiver….experiencing power struggles, aggressive behavior, tantrums and blowups with the children in your care?
Many behavioral crisis situations can be resolved or prevented with the right skills. TCIF participants will learn to understand the roots of challenging behaviors. They will learn how to assist youth in developing new skills and abilities that replace the need for crisis behaviors.
You must attend all 10 sessions to complete the training. Childcare is available.
Join us for a discussion of the book “Throwaway Girl” by Kristine Scarrow. The book chronicles the life of Andy Burton who was placed in foster care at 9. She has dealt with abuse, hunger and homelessness and tells her story as an 18 year old about to leave the group home that she’s called home for the last 4 years.
We provide food and wonderful chances to discuss real foster care and adoption challenges during these book groups. Open to anyone. Counts for training hour credit for WCS foster parents.
Keeping you up to date with foster care and adoption news!Hear from Foster Care Program Director Chris Lacey in this open forum style training. He will provide updates about our program and expectations. A chance to ask questions and address your comments directly to him will be offered.