Rising to the Challenge: Sessions on Perplexing, Challenging, and Difficult Behaviors
A monthly series held the first Monday of every month from noon to 2pm through June.
This monthly series will address a variety of various challenging behaviors demonstrated by youth who have experienced trauma: untruthfulness (i.e. lying), aggression, food hording and lack of empathy. These specific challenging behaviors are often the behaviors that lead youth to be referred to behavioral health services. Each monthly 2-hour training will explore a different challenging behavior, provide an understanding of why that behavior happens and provide techniques to address that behavior effectively. Each Zoom session includes a 1.5 hour presentation with a half hour for questions and answers.
Richard Delaney, PhD, is an internationally known trainer of foster, kinship and adoptive parents. He is the co-founder of and a principal contributor to FosterParentCollege.com®. Dr. Delaney is the author or coauthor of several books including Fostering Changes: Myth, Meaning, and Magic Bullets in Attachment Theory; The Healing Power of the Family; and (with James M. Kagan, MD) A 3-D View of Foster, Kinship, and Adopted Children. He uses humor and years of experience of working with families to offer sensitive, trauma informed and practical guidance for foster and adoptive families struggling with tough behaviors.
Registration will provide Zoom links to all sessions and access to the recordings for a month after each session.
To register for all sessions:
Monday, April 4, 2022 Session: Making Peace with the Aggressive Child
Monday, May 2, 2022 Session: The Horn of Plenty: Reducing Children's Food Insecurities
Monday, June 6, 2022 Session: Empathy Deficits in Traumatized Children: Understanding and Supporting Growth in Compassion
Zoom link and handouts will be emailed prior to the training at the email address associated with your registration.
Training Recording will be emailed the day after the training.
June 6 Session Title: Empathy Deficits in Traumatized Children: Understanding and Supporting Growth in Compassion
Zoom link will be emailed the day of the training. For those unable to attend, each session will be available for review for one month after the presentation. Must register to receive the link to attend or view.
Questions about this training or how to access this training? Please Contact Debbie LaFlamme email@example.com or call (907) 279-1799
Need assistance with registration? Please contact AKTC Support, 907-264-6244, Monday- Friday, 8:00AM - 5:00PM or email firstname.lastname@example.org.