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  • How Children Move Matters
     October 13, 2023
     9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Promoting Healthy Relationships During Placement Transitions in Child Welfare

Free training presented by Monica T. McDonough, LMSW, IMH-E Lorna Sedillos, LCSW, IMH-E

Each time a child moves, whether it be a removal from an unsafe situation or a move from one place to another, it has an impact on the child’s sense of belonging, sense of self and can be a source of trauma. No matter the age or developmental stage of the child, the move is experienced as a separation or loss. Everyone working within the child welfare and foster care systems have a duty to reduce the experience of trauma for the child. In this in-person presentation we will learn how to incorporate the child’s perspective, including cultural influences, when there is a move. We will discuss options for planned and emergency transitions as well as the importance of post placement connections.

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