In this session, participants will explore the foundations of Collaborative Problem Solving, an evidence-based approached to challenging behavior that is grounded in relationship and has demonstrated success in a variety of settings across the country, from family homes to inpatient treatment facilities.
At the end of the session, participants will be able to describe the three phases of collaborative problem solving, articulate the importance of skill when responding to challenging behavior, and facilitate a Plan B conversation with a child of their choice.
This course counts as an elective for the Trauma Certificate
*We sincerely apologize for this unanticipated change. Everyone who registered for this class will receive a full refund.