Protective Factors: Parental Resilience (via Zoom)
November 22, 2021 - 6:30 pm
Protective Factors: Parental Resilience
11/22/2021 6:30 – 8:30 pm
The Protective Factors Framework helps professionals who work with children and families in promoting the optimal development of all children while protecting vulnerable children from maltreatment. This in-depth course on Parental Resilience defines the components of parent resilience and how they benefit parents and reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect. The course also teaches actions to build parental resilience in the parents you work with and explores the parallel process of self-care. It’s important for professionals who work with children and families to maintain their own resilience in the midst of demanding work.
The Strengthening Families Protective Factors Framework is a national and international initiative that aims to develop and enhance five specific characteristics that help The Center for the Study of Social Policy develop the framework with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
These courses are FREE and will be conducted in a casual & interactive atmosphere via Zoom. Perfect for early childhood educators, social workers, healthcare professionals & more!
Attend one or all six sessions! To register for the complete 6-course series, click here: https://www.fcrnew.org/events/protective-factors-6-class-series-via-zoom/
Questions? Email Lisa@fcrnew.org or Karla@fcrnew.org or call 920-432-8899.