Registration, Networking and Continental Breakfast
--8:30 A.M.-10:00 A.M
Welcome and Keynote
Playing a Poor Hand well: Instilling resilience in our children, families and communities.
Presented by Mark Katz, PhD
Mark Katz, Ph.D., is a clinical and consulting psychologist in San Diego, California, and author of the book On Playing a Poor Hand Well, published by W.W. Norton and Company. In the book, Mark explores the lessons learned from those who’ve overcome adverse childhood experiences, and discusses ways of incorporating these lessons into our existing system of care. For the past 28 years, Mark has served as the Director of Learning Development Services, an educational, psychological and neuropsychological center in San Diego, California. The center is also home to the Resilience Through the Lifespan Project, a project dedicated to understanding the different ways in which people have been able to carve out meaningful and productive lives for themselves, despite having endured a range of adverse childhood experiences.
--10:15 A.M. - 12:00 P.M
Playing a Poor Hand well: Instilling resilience in our children, families and communities. – Part 2
--12:15 P.M. - 1:15 P.M
Lunch and Networking
--1:30 P.M. - 3:30P.M
Case Management with Dr. Katz
(note: Workshop duration is 1:30P.M. – 2:30P.M.)
In this Q & A session, Dr. Katz will answer questions participants may have relating to the morning keynote and workshop presentations. In addition, participants may also ask for advice and/or recommendations on next steps with current case examples.
Talk is Cheap; From Readiness to Resiliency in Any Disaster
Presented by: Trevor Rhodes, Clinic Emergency Preparedness Peer Network
This interactive workshop will discuss the role of Family Resource Centers during community emergencies and journey through the process of turning everyday partnerships into disaster resilient collaborations. Existing best practices, tools, and resources will be discussed along with real world experiences and ideas from other Family Resource Centers.
Unforutunately we are unable to offer CEUs for this event.
When & Where
Families and Communities Together (FaCT)
Families and Communities Together (FaCT) is a partnership between the County of Orange Social Services Agency and Orangewood Children's Foundation.
Since 1994, FaCT has provided support and services to children and families through community-based collaborative operating family resource centers. FaCT supports these community-based centers by providing program development and administration, funding, and training. FaCT receives federal, state, and county funds including Promoting Safe and Stable Families, Office of Child Abuse Prevention, California Emergency Management Agency, and the Children and Families Commission of Orange County as well as private donations.