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.
8 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.