This 2 hour Coaching Session for Caregivers builds upon information contained in Caregivers Core Training (CCT) and provides in-depth training around the need for visitation from the child’s perspective, the caregiver’s role in visitation, and how caregivers can support the child to help visitation to be as successful as possible. Caregivers will more deeply understand the need to support children’s relationships with birth families and gain skills to successfully team with others involved in the child’s visitation. This coaching session includes activities that allow the caregiver to assess the effects of visitation on the child(ren) in their care and create a plan to address any concerns which may arise in the future.
Coaching sessions are utilized to address a caregiver's specific needs and build specific skills at their convenience. Just contact us to request a time for session to be scheduled.
Caregivers, licensed, unlicensed, relative and fictive kin
Dates and Locations
July 20, 2018 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Ryan Krueger, MA, Child Welfare Trainer, Alliance for Child Welfare Excellence
Richland DCFS Office 1661 Fowler Street Richland WA 99352, Conference Room Map
How to request coaching sessions
Coaching sessions can be scheduled as individual sessions or small group sessions, as needed. Once a request is made, the Alliance Child Welfare Training Manager will assign a trainer who will work with you to find a time and place for the session.
Please contact your Regional Child Welfare Training Manager to request a coaching session:
- Region 1 (Eastern Washington): Michael Tyers, Caregiver Education and Training Administrator, Tyersm@uw.edu or 425-268-9375
- Region 2 (I-5 Corridor, Seattle to Whatcom County): Yolonda Marzest: email@example.com or 206-923-4955
- Region 3: (Olympic Peninsula + I-5 Corridor South of Seattle (including Tacoma): Arthur Fernandez: firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-276-4549