Healing after Hurt: Helping Repair Parent-Child Relationships after Rupture

Come engage in a space dedicated to helping families heal. This workshop offers a unique opportunity to critically think about the complex nature of repair within the parent-child relationship and the importance of working with families within the context of their own unique lived experiences to leverage change. Utilizing multiple models and perspectives, participants will engage with material aimed at conceptualizing healing within the context of culture and will apply their learning and experiences in concrete workshop activities.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the implications of parent-child relationship rupture.
  • Utilize case conceptualization to apply repair concepts.
  • Develop increased personal reflective capacity to support the parent-child relationship toward healing.

Counts as a Treatment course for Trauma Certificate Program

*Each class this year will be held via Zoom. Participant numbers will be capped to ensure a personalized learning experience and there will be numerous opportunities for engagement (e.g. small group discussions, role plays, case studies). As such, learners should prepare for active participation. We ask that students keep their cameras on as much as they are able, while understanding that it may not be possible to keep cameras on throughout the entire class. Rest assured that we will take many breaks throughout each class to help assuage Zoom fatigue.

Instructor: Katrina Cisneros, MSSW, LICSW

Date(s): 07/16/2021

Time: 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

CEUs: 3 CEUs; 3 Clinical Clock Hours – 1 hour of social work values and ethics, including cultural context, diversity, and social policy, 1 hour of culturally specific clinical assessment and intervention, and 1 hour of clinical intervention methods informed by research and current standards of practice.

Cost: $90

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