Impacts of Parental Mental Health on Child Safety

Horizontal tabs



Participants will be engaged to consider their own thoughts, beliefs, and biases about mental illness; understand basic definitions associated with parental mental illness and child safety; and identify family assessment strategies that can focus on the intersection between parental mental illness and child safety. Additionally, ideas and tools for drafting effective case plans and objectives to achieve child safety with parental mental illness is a factor will also be discussed. Finally, participants will receive resources for services and interventions that promote the reduction of risk associated with parental mental illness and enhance protective factors for family well-being.

Length (hours)





Social Workers, Supervisors, Area Administrators

Audience Description

This is an in-service training for all levels of the child welfare workforce.

Dates and Locations

External Registration Required
October 8, 2018 - 8:00am - 4:00pm
Micah Kurtz
Seattle, Alliance Training Center 4045 Delridge Way SW STE 200 Seattle WA 98106, Pine Room Map

Registration Instructions

In the LMS, search for the course by typing (or copying) the full course name below. Click the Scheduled Classes button. Select the class that is best for you and follow the LMS registration instructions.
DCYF Alliance Impacts of Parental Mental Health on Child Safety

Tribal Workers, CWTAP Students, and new CA hires who don't have LMS access: Please register using this form