Date(s) - Saturday, November 7, 2020
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Waterfront Event Center
Utilizing the Nurtured Heart Approach in helping children with challenging behaviors
The Nurtured Heart Approach® is a set of core methodologies originally developed for working with the most difficult child or teen. It has a proven, transformative impact on every child, including those with behavioral diagnoses such as ADHD, autism, Asperger’s syndrome, oppositional defiant disorder, and reactive attachment disorder – almost always without the need for medications or long-term treatment. Parents will discover how easy it is to not only improve their situation with a challenging or difficult child, but to transform the child through the awareness that their intensity is actually the source of their greatness.
In this enhanced 2.0 version of the training, there will be the trauma-informed piece in the morning with new enhanced techniques and ideas for the core methodologies, with the added benefit of more practice and group work, in the afternoon.
At this time, we are asking all in-person LSI training attendees to practice social distancing and wear a mask during the session. Prior to the in-person training, please review and sign this COVID-19 safety guidelines acknowledgement form and bring it with you to the training.
This training has been approved for 6 hours of foster parent training credit.
Instructor: Kim Combes, LBSW, M.Ed.
Kim Combes has been in the human service arena for more than three decades. He currently has a counseling business while also traveling nationally to present at various conferences related to child welfare. Kim has fostered more than 40 teen boys since 1994 and has adopted five challenging children since marrying wife Diane in 1999. Kim has been active on various local, state, and national boards as he passionately advocates for youth. In addition to family activities, Kim is a church youth group leader and editorial board member/writer for Fostering Families Today magazine.
Please print and fill out this certificate and bring it to the training. Have your caseworker and training facilitator sign the form to ensure you receive the CEUs available. Always notify your caseworker or recruiter of your intention to attend any of the training or support group events on this calendar. Acceptable proof would also include the signature of the trainer on either training materials or notes that includes the title and date of the training.
Bookings are closed for this event.