How Children & Parents Move Forward After Domestic Violence
What helps children and their parents recover and move forward after domestic violence? Strengthening the parent-child relationship and directly addressing the impact of trauma is essential to recovery and resilience for children and parents. During this free workshop participants will share key family and trauma informed strategies and resources to support positive outcomes for the families with whom they work.
Friday, February 21, 2014
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Century Plaza Conference Center
10630 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, MD 21044
Kay Connors, LCSW-C
Program Director, Taghi Modarressi Center for Infant Study
FITT Center (Family Informed Trauma Treatment)
Department of Psychiatry
Join us to learn more about:
- The impact of trauma on child development and families
- Important protective factors/practices for children and parents
- Strategies and resources to support resilience in children and parents in your program
Social Work CEUs
Social work CEU’s are available for this workshop at no cost to MNADV members and for $15 for non-members (2.5 hours in Category II). Payment can be made by mailing a check or by using the Paypal button below.
REQUIRED: Submit Your Registration Here
OPTIONAL: Payment for Social Work CEUs
(for Non-Members only)
Mail a $15 check made out to MNADV and mail to: MNADV Attention: Parenting Workshop, 4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370, Lanham MD 20706.
Pay $15 with a credit card through Paypal below: