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Parent Café: Trauma Informed Homes
February 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Subject: Trauma Informed Homes
Date: February 17, 2022
Time: Noon-1:00 pm (EST)
Description: “ALL behavior has a purpose–the good stuff, the tough stuff, the things we do, the things our children do, all of it. Understanding the purpose behind the behavior can help us address concerns while staying sane and connected. We’ll talk about the most common reasons behind challenging behavior, supporting safety and growth, finding trauma-informed solutions, and taking care of ourselves in the process.”
Our Parent’s Café is a facilitated discussion instead of one of our regular trainings/webinars, Training Credits will not be available. The Parent Cafes are a monthly, relaxed discussion around Parenting Topics. Participants are encouraged to bring YOUR OWN ISSUES and gain insights and resources!
Sarah Clark, MSW, LCSW, Thrive Facilitator, Allies, Inc
Behavior Consultant and Clinical Supervisor, Damar Services
“Sarah Clark has been working with traumatized youth and families since 2005. Sarah’s professional career began with supporting forever families through international adoption. Since then, she has worked with children and families from kinship adoption to foster or adoption placement to orphanages to reunification. Currently, Sarah serves individuals with behavioral and developmental disabilities to support them in developing full independence and richness in their lives, as well as educating caregivers and supports. With master’s degrees in both Social Work and Vocal Music from Indiana University, Sarah is passionate about translating her professional education into tools anyone can use, including topics such as trauma, positive behavioral shaping, and interpersonal skills. Developing and facilitating the Thrive program has allowed Sarah to gratefully marry her skills and passions in service of families caring for young ladies served by Allies. Sarah has a particular interest in building whole, healthy families of many kinds, beginning in her own home with the loves of her life, her husband and two sons.”