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Southern California LSCI Training (4 Thursdays in May)

May 9 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Free

TALKING WITH KIDS IN CONFLICT
A 4-day trauma-informed intensive in Life Space Crisis Intervention

Held over four Thursdays on May 9, 16, 23, 30 (2019)
10:00 am – 3:00 pm each day

NO COST FOR ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS & LUNCH IS PROVIDED!

Casa Pacifica Training Institute
1722 S Lewis Rd
Camarillo CA 93012

Register at www.casapacifica.org/training or contact Darlene at dnavarro@casapacifica.org or 805-366-4064.

Want to reduce disruptive behavior? Looking to replace coercive or exclusionary approaches with a more effective, trauma-informed strategy? Learn how have meaningful conversations with kids and teens who get caught in recurring patterns of conflict – and do it in ways that boost their self-awareness and motivation to change.

This course will give you a framework for understanding cycles of conflict, a guide for therapeutic dialogue, and strategies to address some of the most common troubling behavior patterns. The skills you’ll gain can be used proactively, in moments of crisis, and as positive support following a struggle or moment of difficulty. Many who complete this training describe it as one of the most valuable courses they have completed!

LSCI is included in the registry of the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare and has been the focus of several research studies across the country. The Training Institute at Casa Pacifica is a National Training Site for the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

LSCI meets requirements for 20 hours of training/continuing education for:

  • Child and Youth Care Certification Board (Competency domain: Developmental practice methods)
  • STRTP & Group Home Administrators (CDSS CE Vendor 200166-733-2
  • LMFT, LCSW, LEP & LPCC (CAMFT CE provider 016190)
  • Drug and Alcohol Counselors (CAADE CE provider CP20 860 C 1120)

See website for full continuing education statements and policies.

Optional graduate credit in psychology or special education from an accredited university is also available!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Residential program team members, court appointed special advocates, resource families (foster/adoptive/kinship), community-based organizations serving foster youth

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR

James Freeman, MA, CYC-P is the director of the Training Institute at Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families. He is a Master Trainer for the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute, Past President of the Child and Youth Care Certification Board, and Editor of CYC-Online, the monthly journal of the International Child and Youth Care Network.

Details

Date:
May 9
Time:
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Website:
www.casapacifica.org/training

Organizer

Darlene Navarro
Phone:
(805) 366-4064
Email:
dnavarro@casapacifica.org
Website:
www.casapacifica.org/training

Venue

Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families
975 Flynn Road
Camarillo, CA 93012 United States
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Phone:
805-366-4064
Website:
www.casapacifica.org/training