December 1, 2018, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presented by Jennifer Bainbridge, LMFT, Encompass Child and Family Therapist
Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) is a trauma-informed way for any adult to interact with any child or teen. It seeks to increase positive child-adult interaction, child compliance, and child engagement.
CARE uses ideas and skills derived from evidence-based, positive parenting programs. CARE is not therapy but can complement ongoing therapeutic services. During a multi-hour training, participants will learn a skill set that will enhance child-adult relationships in any setting and with a multitude of child populations ages 2-18.
CARE is for any adult working with children or teens to improve relationships and reduce mild to moderate behavior challenges:
Through a positive relationship, a child’s social-emotional development and learning potential are enhanced.
Participants will learn and practice skills designed to strengthen healthy relationships. Trainers give live feedback to enhance learning of CARE skills. Modifications to training can be made for use with adolescents. CARE training targets two key concepts:
Space is limited. For more information, please contact Encompass Behavioral Health Supervisor Megan Walsh.