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Online & Virtual Trainings

Family Dynamics

NEW! Growing Up Poor in America PBS Documentary Film (1 hour of continuing education)

First Impressions: Exposure to Violence and a Child’s Developing Brain (.5 hour of continuing education)

The Five Protective Factors to Strengthen Families — Part 1 (1 hour of continuing education)

The Five Protective Factors to Strengthen Families–Part 2 (.5 hour of continuing education)

Voices of Kinship Caregivers Webinar (2 hours of continuing education)

What’s really needed to support young people from poor and low-income families? from NPR’s Your Call show (1 hour of continuing education )

Supporting Families Affected by Domestic Violence [Webinar] (1.5 hours of continuing education)

Watch these three modules on Parental Incarceration for a total of 1.25 hours of continuing education. Developed by Rebecca Shlafer, Ph.D. and Ed Morales, MSW, this three part series serves as a primer for child welfare workers who have contact with families affected by family incarceration. Topics covered include current and emerging trends in the corrections population, the effects of parental incarceration on children's socio-emotional functioning, and the importance of contact between children and their incarcerated parents.