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CARE Facilitator Course

Christina M. Warner-Metzger, Ph.D.

Thursday, November 30, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (CST)

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Who Should Attend & Course Prerequisites

 

The intended audience includes psychologists, mental health clinicians, or students who have previously completed a CARE Workshop. This is an intermediate level workshop. To become a CARE Facilitator, you must meet all of the following three (3) criteria:

1. Have basic parent management training in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Incredible Years (IY), Helping the Noncompliant Child (HNC), or Parent Management Training – Oregon Model (PMT-O)

2. Complete a CARE Workshop (as a participant)

3. Complete a CARE Facilitator Course

 

**Click HERE if you have not completed the CARE Facilitator Course Prerequisite Application. All registrants must be approved to attend a CARE Facilitator Course.**

 

Summary of Topic

Child Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) is a trauma-informed training model for caregivers and professionals who interact and work with children. This 3-hour CARE Facilitator Course actively builds your skills to facilitate others in your local, on-site agency in the application of CARE through discussion, demonstrations, practice, and live coaching. Completing this course and follow-up consultation also allows you to facilitate CARE parenting groups at your site. This advanced course covers how to give participant feedback during a CARE Workshop, how to teach specific CARE skills, how to structure and facilitate CARE workshops within your local agency, and how to maintain fidelity to the CARE model. In preparation to becoming a CARE Facilitator, participants will review the CARE curriculum, develop adult learning strategies, and practice facilitative methods. Following the on-site CARE Facilitator Course, four (4) web-based CARE Facilitator consultation calls are held in a group format to assist with agency implementation and sustainability issues.

 

Objectives

1.       Explain concepts related to providing participant feedback and coaching.

2.       Recognize core features of teaching CARE skills and maintaining fidelity.

3.       Identify methods to structure local, on-site CARE workshops.

4.       Identify strengths and challenges of implementing CARE skills from a facilitator perspective.

 

Description of Training Activities

CARE provides skill-building opportunities for health, social service, education, and advocacy professionals working with children and families by teaching interactional skills that result in positive outcomes for children. By integrating didactic, multimedia, and experiential components throughout the workshop, participants are taught how to facilitate others in the use of specific, innovative, and evidence-based skills known to improve adult-child relationships. To promote collaboration among participants, techniques are discussed, practiced, and exemplified in a series of activities, including presenter and video demonstrations, large-group activities, small group break-outs, and individual coaching from presenters as participants practice their trainer skills. Participants will be encouraged to apply the skills learned to their specific practical setting, creating a culture and partnerships that support children in developing healthy relationships.

 

CE Credits

DePaul Family and Community Services is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. DePaul Family and Community Services maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This program offers 3 CE credits. Full attendance is required to receive credit.

 

 

Have questions about CARE Facilitator Course? Contact Christina M. Warner-Metzger, Ph.D.

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DePaul University Lincoln Park Campus
2322 N. Kenmore Avenue
Byrne Hall, Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60614

Thursday, November 30, 2017 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (CST)


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Christina M. Warner-Metzger, Ph.D.

Dr. Christina Warner-Metzger hails from Oklahoma State University with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She directs the Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) Program at DePaul University’s Family and Community Services. She is 1 of 20 PCIT International Certified Master Trainers worldwide, which provides her with clinical expertise in PCIT training and dissemination. Dr. Warner-Metzger has served as a trainer and consultant for PCIT dissemination efforts across the United States, as well as Indonesia and Australia. She is also experienced using the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) Learning Collaborative model. Dr. Warner-Metzger’s clinical and research interests include Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), developmental disabilities, disruptive behavior disorders, trauma-informed systems, underserved populations, barriers to treatment participation, and dissemination efforts. She has contributed numerous peer-reviewed and invited presentations at national and international conferences. Her previous clinical work in Memphis and current work in Chicago has focused on serving urban, economically-impoverished, and minority populations. 

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