Total Credits: 2 including 2 APA Credit, 2 California Board of Registered Nurses, 2 California CLE, 2 California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors
TIPS for tuning in uses a 1980’s Boombox analogy to help providers and caregivers with recall and learning transfer while building a combination of trauma responsive, relationship building, and behavior management skills that can be used across home, schools, and childcare.
The training program builds on evidence-informed behavioral parenting programs such as Helping the Non-Compliant Child and PCIT while including relationship building skills similar to those in Child and Adult Relationship Enhancement. Research findings demonstrated improvements in a number of dimensions that have been correlated with well-being for children including parenting self-efficacy, and child behavior outcomes
This focused session will provide participants with hands-on skill building TIPS around increasing positive attachment and enhancing relationships with children with trauma histories. TIPS aims to provide skills to help you TUNE IN, enhance resilience, and minimize behaviors.
Originally recorded as part of IVAT's Speaker Bureau's training
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|TIPS for Tuning In Presentation (2.8 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|TIPS for Tuning In Handout (226.5 KB)||Available after Purchase|
Jennifer Jorgenson is the Team Lead for the Kin, Foster and Adoptive Families Training Team at the Vermont Child Welfare Training Partnership (VT-CWTP). In her role, she serves on statewide workgroups and leadership teams, providing input and recommendations for practice and policy change across the greater child welfare system. She recently oversaw the development and implementation/roll out of the Vermont caregiver training competency framework, and a trauma-informed, training curricula for kin and foster parents offered online and in person.
In 2017, Mrs. Jorgenson collaboratively developed TIPS for Tuning with Rex Forehand and other colleagues. She served as the Co-PD for the treatment and services strand on the ACF Placement Stability Project grant, rolling out screening, assessment, progress monitoring, treatments and services for youth in custody impacted by trauma. A Licensed Independent and Clinical Social Worker, Jennifer obtained her BSW at Ball State University and her MSW at Indiana University. She is a Certified Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) therapist and Level 1 trainer, and Certified Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) therapist, and trained in CARE.
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