Family-Centered Treatment Short Course: A Clinical Model for Working with Parents and Children with Special Needs

Parents who have children with developmental, learning and behavioral challenges experience cumulative stress and the need to make meaning and cope with the impact of their child’s disability on family life and family relationships. Using a relational-systemic lens, the Resilient Families:  Children with Special Needs project faculty will discuss family-centered interventions that can promote child,  parent and family resilience.  Teaching methods include videotape, live family therapy sessions and participant case consultation to illustrate the challenges, principles and practices working with families who have children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, learning disabilities, sensory processing disorder and other developmental disabilities.  Enrollment is limited to professionals with some clinical experience

  • Family-Centered Treatment: A Clinical Model for Working with Parents and Children with Special Needs
    May 3, 2017 - June 7, 2017
    9:30 am - 11:30 am