Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) is a trauma-informed, field-initiated modification of specific positive parenting ideas, many of which are used in evidence-based parenting programs. CARE consists of a set of evidence-informed skills for relating and building relationships between adults and children. The 4-day train-the-trainer session is designed to instruct and support mental health professionals in acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to deliver the CARE program
- Describe the 3 P (Praise, Paraphrase, and Point Out) skills of CARE focused on enhancing an attachment relationship between caregivers and children.
- Explain effective positive parenting strategies for redirecting mild problematic child behaviors.
- Utilize role play and active rehearsal of the CARE skills discussed to increase trainees personal knowledge and acquisition of CARE skills
- Discuss teaching strategies and principles to prepare the trainees to lead CARE trainings for caregivers and other adult audiences
- Demonstrate effective training strategies for teaching CARE skills
Clinical Staff from agencies in the PACTS Provider Network that have met criteria demonstrating their capacity to support and sustain this training and treatment
Participants must attend entire 4-day in-person presentation and complete a course evaluation in order to receive credits