Working With REAL Families 19-20

Target audience: case aides 

This two-day, hands-on training is the second in a series of three trainings for case aides. Through participation in the classroom activities, you’ll develop advanced skills for working with diverse families and their children. Upon completion, you will have developed skills associated with helping relationships, know how to effectively supervise parenting time with difficult populations, and have acquired skills that can be used with families in their homes as well as in parenting centers.

Trauma-Informed Practice for Case Aides 19-20

Target audience: case aides

Are you a case aide who works directly with clients? In this training you will participate in a wide array of activities, and learn core skills. Specifically, you will learn how to engage clients, assess and defuse hostile/angry clients, avoid power struggles, and develop strategies to disengage once you are in a power struggle. You’ll leave with practical, culturally appropriate intervention techniques that you can use immediately with clients.

The Art of Managing Behavior 19-20

Target audience: case aides

This two-day training is the third in a series of three trainings designed for case aides. You’ll engage in activities based on real cases. Through these activities, you will develop tools and practical interventions for working with children with behavioral disorders. You’ll acquire the knowledge and skills you’ll need in interactions with children and families in visitation centers, life skills programs, home-based service programs and parent education groups.