Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement
The Laughlin Children’s Center Psychology department is offering a CARE workshop for parents only.
Thursday, November 11 – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The fee is $100 per participant
- CARE training including an educational component and active practice for general use by adults who interact with children of all ages in a variety of settings.
- Adults who are clinicians will benefit from the training, as well as those in roles such as receptionist, preschool teacher, daycare provider, medical provider, parent, or foster parent.
12 enrollment openings
Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) is a trauma-informed, field-initiated training for nonclinical adults. The training is not therapy but is based on principles taught in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. CARE utilizes the 3 P’s – Praise, Paraphrase, Point out to connect with children and promote positive child-adult relationships. CARE training also contains a set of techniques for giving effective commands to children and a set of selective ignoring techniques to redirect problematic behaviors.