PCIT Intensive Booster Session - Special Considerations for Using IoWA-PCIT with Child Welfare Cases
About This Event
There are multiple considerations for providers working with child welfare cases, including the identification and treatment of posttraumatic stress symptoms or reactions. This session will discuss the attachment modification of IoWA-PCIT and how this enhancement can support children who have experienced trauma. Participants will learn the components of a trauma-informed evaluation and how to identify treatment goals within the IoWA-PCIT framework. Ruptures in the relationship are an inevitable part of all parent-child relationships. We will also discuss the importance of repair through the IoWA-PCIT lens to help restore safety and trust, particularly within child welfare cases.
Who should attend? This session is for IoWA-PCIT trainees and graduated IoWA-PCIT clinicians.
Participants who attend will receive handouts, an agenda, and a certificate of attendance to submit for continuing education credits on their own.
This event will not be recorded.
Samantha is a board certified, licensed independent mental health practitioner. Samantha is a State Trainer in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) and Integration of Working Models of Attachment into Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (IoWA-PCIT). She is also a Reflective Practice Trainer in the Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) model and provides reflective practice and consultation for therapists and other professionals, including RS/C for endorsement as she is an Endorsed Infant Mental Health Clinical Mentor. Samantha enjoys facilitating Circle of Security-Parenting and Circle of Security-Parenting Classroom groups and is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), Nebraska Counseling Association (NCA) and the Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health (NAIMH).
Joanna has worked with children and families in the non-profit and child welfare setting for over 17 years. She is currently the Director of Mental Health at Project Harmony in Omaha. Joanna is a Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist (LIMFT) in Nebraska. She is trained in Circle of Security Parenting (COS-P), Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Additionally, Joanna is one of the Nebraska trainers for IoWA-PCIT (Integration of Working Models of Attachment into Parent Child Interaction Therapy). Throughout her career, Joana has been focused on ensuring that good quality mental health services are available in the community to help children and families heal after trauma. She is especially passionate about the importance of early intervention mental health services that focus on helping children build and strengthen healthy relationships with their caregivers.
This event is for PCIT trainees and graduated PCIT clinicians only.
Registration closes November 14, 2023.
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