Training videos

 

Children’s Mental health:

  • Children’s Mental Health (Short video) 

 

  • Children’s Mental Health (Full video)

 

  • Children’s Mental Health for Resource Families – Anxiety  overview of a common mental health diagnosis that foster and adoptive children often present within the child welfare system.  Anxiety will be discussed in terms of main origins, symptoms, behaviors, treatment, interventions, and cultural considerations.  This course meets the annual training requirement in MN Statute 245A

 

  • Children’s Mental Health for Resource Families- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -ADHD overview of a common mental health diagnosis that foster and adoptive children often present within the child welfare system.  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder will be discussed in terms of origins, symptoms, behaviors, treatment, interventions, and cultural considerations. This course meets the annual training requirement in MN Statute 245A.

 

  • Children’s Mental Health for Resource Families – Depression –overview of a common mental health diagnosis that foster and adoptive children often present within the child welfare system.  Depression will be discussed in terms of origins, symptoms, behaviors, treatment, interventions and cultural considerations.  This course meets the annual training requirement in MN Statute 245A.

 

  • Children’s Mental Health for Resource Families – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – OCD overview of a common mental health diagnosis that foster and adoptive children may present within the child welfare system.  Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) will be discussed in terms of origins, symptoms, behaviors, treatment, interventions and cultural considerations.  This course meets the annual training requirement in MN Statute 245A.

 

  • Children’s Mental Health for Resource Families – Autism – (1.5 hours – Classroom)  overview of a common mental health diagnosis that foster and adoptive children may present within the child welfare system.  Autism will be discussed in term of origins, symptoms, behaviors, treatment, interventions and cultural considerations.  This course meets the annual training requirement in MN Statute 245A.

Abusive Head Trauma:

 

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death:

 

Normalcy and the Reasonable and Prudent Parent Standard Training:

 

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders