Apr 18 , 2016
Churchill County Commissioners 155 North Taylor Street, Suite 110 Fallon, NV 89406
For More Information: Jessica Roe • firstname.lastname@example.org • 702-436-6335
About this Class
Attachment Disorder is a term that most foster and adoptive parents regularly hear. Do you really understand what this really means when a professional determines your child has this diagnosis? What is the difference between Reactive Attachment Disorde (RAD) and Attachment Disorder? This class will help the parent understand how attachment is formed, what happen when early attachment is not successful, and how the parent can assist the child in healing attachment issues through relationship.
In this training, you will:
- The learner will understand the difference between the diagnoses of RAD and Attachment Disorder.
- The learner will understand how early attachment is formed.
- The learner will understand how unsuccessful early attachments affect relationships as the child matures.
- The learner will acquire parenting skills required to assist the child in healing attachment issues.
Want to attend but can't make it in person? Join this event via webinar! Register for the webinar HERE.
About the trainer:
Roxanne Thompson, M.A., LPC has been in private practice in the Denver Metro area for over 21 years. Her work is primarily with foster/adoptive children and families. In addition, Roxanne is a trainer for foster/adoptive families throughout Colorado and nationally. She is currently a Colorado Coalition of Adoptive Families (COCAF) Board member and formally the Executive Director and Co-founder of Adoptive Family Resources, Inc. Other professional accomplishments include authoring the Mental Health Screening Guidelines for Americorps NCCC, supervision for LPC candidates, and consultant for various agencies and organizations.
- 2.75 Nevada Social Work CEU’s have been requested for the live class and webinar.
- All families, parents, providers, and professionals are welcome.
- Due to the sensitive nature of the material, we ask that participants make arrangements for child care. Participants are welcome to bring a light meal or snack.