Management topic: Family and consumer engagement
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NCTSN Child Physical Abuse Speaker Series: Engaging Families At Risk for Physical Abuse: Strategies for Clinicians
Speakers debunk myths about parents who engage in physically abusive behavior and provide specific, evidence-based strategies to engage families from initial outreach through course of treatment. Afte...
NCTSN Military Families Learning Community Master Speaker Series: Sesame Street Talk, Listen, Connect
A lively and informative introduction to Sesame Workshop’s groundbreaking initiative for military families, Talk, Listen, Connect. Developed in conjunction with military and mental health experts, Tal...
Carole L. Campbell
Carole L. Campbell, Ph.D. is the Clinical Supervisor at a hospital-based Child Advocacy Center in Norfolk, Virginia and an Assistant Professor in the Eastern Virginia Medical School Division of Child ...
Rachel has a Bachelors Degree in Family Life Education from Spring Arbor University and is a licensed Social Work Assistant. She has provided training to a wide array of audiences on trauma and its e...
NCTSN Partnering with Youth and Families in Trauma Settings Speaker Series: Building Organizational and Individual Capacity for Youth and Family Alumni Leaders
This session focuses on building alumni at NCTSN sites and what resources are involved in developing leaders from the family and youth who are involved. It also looks at what kinds of impact family an...
NCTSN Child Physical Abuse Speaker Series
Empowering Families and Professionals in Cases of Child Physical Abuse: Introduction to the Series - Melissa Runyon, Polly Thornhill, and Christina Bach - 2010-11-04 Engaging Families At Risk for P...
NCTSN Complex Trauma Speaker Series: Attachment-Focused Interventions of ITCT-C and ITCT-A for Children, Adolescents and Their Families
Dr. Lanktree describes the attachment-focused interventions ITCT-C and ITCT-A and their use with children, adolescents, and their families.
NCTSN Partnering with Youth and Families in Trauma Settings Speaker Series: Compensation for Family and Youth Involvement: Why it's critical
During the presentations the speakers discuss the importance of providing compensation for family and youth involvement. Suggestions are offered on locating resources for compensation. Two consumers...
North Carolina Families United
NC Families United supports and unites the voices of children, youth, and families with mental health concerns to educate, support and advocate for improved services and lives. NC Families United i...
North Carolina Collaborative for Children, Youth, and Families
The North Carolina State Collaborative for Children and Families, through a System of Care framework, provides a forum for collaboration, advocacy and action among families, public and private child a...
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