Date(s) - Thursday, November 4, 2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Humor serves as a protective factor in the resiliency process for many, reducing stress and helping children and adults cope with difficult circumstances. Humor can lighten a situation and relieve tension, but can also be misinterpreted in response to serious circumstances. Providing foster care can be a challenging process as families open up their homes to care for children who have experienced maltreatment. Despite challenges, many foster families are able to sustain fostering by keeping a well-balanced sense of humor. This training will look at the difference between humor, laughter, and sarcasm, as well as encourage families to “develop their happy list.”
Instructor: Bambi Schrader
This training has been approved for 2 hours of resource parent training credit.
This event is fully booked.