Started November 9, 2023 46
Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) is a trauma-informed way for any adult to interact with any child or teen. It seeks to increase positive child-adult interaction, child compliance, and child engagement.
CARE uses ideas and skills derived from evidence-based, positive parenting programs. CARE is not therapy, but can compliment ongoing therapeutic services. Participants will learn a skillset that will enhance child-adult relationships in any setting and with a multitude of child populations, ages 2-18.
This training is for any adult who works with youth and wants to improve interactions – parents, grandparents, child-care workers, youth ministers, educators, counselors.