Young people today are experiencing stress, unpredictability, and change at rates and intensity we never would have imagined. More than ever, they need adults to remain reflective and attend to what is underneath challenging behavior. This training is aimed at increasing the helping professional’s, therapist’s, and teacher’s ability to recognize how and where a child is struggling, be aware of their own part of the therapeutic relationship, join a child in their distress, and co-create the steps to heal.
Clinicians will use tools from the Developmental Repair training series to demonstrate concepts with their own clients. Participants will use the tools to present how they are using think/feel/relate/behave in their own work as well as goals for progress in healing.
This is Part 4 of a four-part series we will offer throughout 2021. Each part will build on work presented in previous sessions, but previous completion of any other parts is not required.
examples of how to make language more concise
examples of treatment goals worded for the school-age child
tips for setting goals for and with children and adolescents
MN Board of Social Work
2.0 CEUs (CEP-275)