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 Top Level Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative

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Train-the-Trainer: Child Welfare Response to Child and Youth Sex Trafficking Curriculum - Brenda Lockwood, M.A., Jennifer Marcelli, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., Hung Pho, M.S.W., Taffy Compain

The Capacity Building Center for States has developed a four-module curriculum series to help States and territories implement the provisions of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 (P.L. 113–183). The “Training of Trainers” webinar provides participants with the knowledge necessary to use these curriculum modules within their agency.

This 90-minute session offers detailed information related to accessing, downloading, utilizing, and customizing the curriculum content for integration into agency training programs. State, Tribal and territory training managers, coordinators, and trainers, who plan to use this curriculum may find this webinar helpful in preparing for customization and presentation of this training.

CEUs for clinical psychology, social work, counseling, and marriage and family therapy are offered for this webinar.

Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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CQI Training Academy
The Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Training Academy curriculum is designed to strengthen the skills and knowledge that participants need to develop and perform their specialized roles as part of a systematic, problem-solving approach to program improvement.

A total of 9 CEUs are available for training recipients who have completed all 7 units of the CQI Academy. To register, click the box below. Following payment of $40, you will be directed to an online 30-question test on CQI. Once the test is completed and your information is verified, you will receive a digital copy of your CEU Certificate.
Credit: 9 CEUs
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Considerations for LGBTQ Children and Youth in Foster Care - Traci Tippett, LCSW, Taffy Compain, Karey Scheyd, and Kristopher Sharp
Exploring Normalcy as it Relates to P.L. 113-183 CEUs
This webinar will present information related to the normalcy needs of LGBTQ children and youth. The Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act of 2014 (P.L. 113–183) changes the landscape of children and youth in foster care. For the first time, this federal law mandates that child welfare agencies, courts, and contracted providers provide foster youth with opportunities to engage in age-appropriate activities. P.L. 113–183 seeks to ensure that foster parents implement the reasonable and prudent parent standard regarding decisions related to activities and will be inclusive of LGBTQ children and youth and their needs. This webinar will raise awareness of what constitutes “normalcy” for LGBTQ children and youth, including issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, dating and peer groups, safety, and educational protection under Title IX.
Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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Supporting and Affirming LGBTQ Children and Youth - Traci Tippett, LCSW, Emmie Hinkle, BS, Judith Glassgold, Psy.D., Brian Altman, and Amanda Williams, LCSW
This webinar will provide States with affirming information and supportive messages related to sexual development, orientation, and gender expression. The webinar will highlight best practices related to serving LGBTQ children and youth and will outline the impact of harmful practices, such as conversion/reparative therapies. To bring attention to this issue, one of the webinar participants will speak briefly about the SAMHSA report released in October 2015 titled, “Ending Conversion Therapy: Supporting and Affirming LGBTQ Youth.”

Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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National Foster Care Month: Implementing Parent Partner Programs and Supporting Reunification - Jennifer Marcelli, LCSW, Taffy Compain, Cory Best, Denise Moore
Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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Strategies to Stage and Scale Up Implementation in Child Welfare Systems - Susan Maciolek, Cathy Fisher, Jennifer Williams, Cosette Mills
Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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National Foster Care Month: Post-Reunification Supports and Prevention of Reentry Into Out-of-Home Care - Taffy Compain, Chrissy Triplett, Heather Ball, Phillip Redmond Jr., Karin Malm, and Jennifer Marcelli
Credit: 1.5 CEUs
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Family Empowerment and Leadership Academy (FELA) [E-Learning] - Angela Braxton and Charmaine Brittain
Credit: 3.5 CEUs
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Train-the-Trainer: Family Empowerment and Leadership Academy (FELA) [Webinar] - Angela Braxton and Charmaine Brittain
The Train-the-Trainer: Family Empowerment and Leadership Academy is a companion webinar to Family Empowerment and Leadership Academy [E-Learning and Classroom] Curriculum. This webinar provides directions to training professionals on how to provide ongoing guidance for delivering of the Family Empowerment and Leadership Academy LE with content specific to their jurisdiction.
Credit: 2 CEUs
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Opening the Door: Frameworks and Strategies to Develop and Implement Successful, Trauma-Informed Programs to Address Child and Youth Sex Trafficking - Sydney Nastasi, Tammy Sneed, Melissa Snow, and Charmaine Brittain
Credit: 1 CEUs
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The Heart of the Matter: Collaborating to Improve Normalcy and Permanency Outcomes - John Romero, Alecia McConnell, and Alicia Davis
Credit: 1 CEUs
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Having the Normalcy Conversation: Policy and Programs about Developmentally Appropriate Services for Children, Youth and Young Adults in Foster Care - Karen McGormley, Jenny Pokempner, Desiree Parker, and Amanda Williams
Credit: 1 CEUs
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At Risk for Sex Trafficking: Collecting, Using, and Sharing Data to Inform Prevention and Intervention Strategies - Sue Aboul-hosn, Colleen Caron, Stacy Sloan, and Melissa Correia
Credit: 1 CEUs
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Looking Inside: Considerations and Approaches to Understanding and Implementing Normalcy through the Congregate Care Lens - James Lister and Brandon Schlosser
Credit: 1 CEUs
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