July SYF Web: 5 Common Emotional/Behavioral Challenges Adolescents Face and Strategies for Addressing Them (Part 2)

Presented by Laura Ornelas, LCSW | LIVE July 14, 2020 | 1 - 2:30PM EST | Extended Access to LIVE event July 15 - August 15, 2020 | Use coupon code ADOLESCENTS to receive free registration at checkout.

Presented by the Laura Ornelas, LCSW | LIVE July 14, 2020 | 1 - 2:30PM EST | Extended Access to LIVE event July 15 - August 15, 2020 

This webinar is centered on emotional and developmental needs of teenagers in foster care or who have been adopted. We’ll discuss how the expression of these needs are shown through their behavior and when and why the issues are most likely to occur. In this webinar, parents will build on knowledge they already have to learn how to “assign themselves jobs” that address their children’s specific needs and behaviors.

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For Professionals Only

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About the Presenter

Laura Ornelas, LCSW has more than 25 years of experience in the field of adoption and foster care. Laura spent the first decade of her work immersed in child placement and adoption, and has worked with children of all ages, specializing in the birth-to-5 population – as well as with widely diverse families, with a focus on relative caregivers and Latino family systems. Laura served as the Regional Director of Mental Health Services for Kinship Center (CA) for eight years, during which she designed and oversaw specialty mental health clinics for children who had been adopted and/or were being raised by relative caregivers. Having studied with the leaders in attachment- and trauma-informed care, she created a powerful clinical model rooted in relationship-based, experiential healing.  Laura is a seasoned trainer to professionals and parents, and an author of Effectively Addressing Mental Health Issues in Permanency-Focused Child Welfare Practice (Child Welfare Journal) and Attachment Through the Senses (Fostering Families Today). She is currently co-authoring the National Training and Development and Curriculum (NTDC) for foster and adoptive parents, which will be piloted in states in 2020.