Continuing Education Opportunities

Attachment Theory in Action: The Webinar Series

Overcoming the Challenges of Working with Parents Involved in Foster Care

Thursday, May 2nd 11:00 a.m. CST

Join guest presenter Kimberly Wheelock, LCSW for an exclusive webinar designed to give viewers an understanding of common challenges that arise as families become involved in foster care. We will explore the barriers that get in the way of parents engaging in services and ways to reduce these barriers. Join us as we explore our own biases as professionals and ways we may be unintentionally impeding a parent’s ability to make progress. Guests will leave equipped with strategies to provide full disclosure to parents about progress while building and maintaining rapport.

CE's Available when you attend live.

Attachment Theory in Action: The Webinar Series

Building Resiliency: Addressing Secondary Trauma with Compassion and Self-care

Thursday, June 6th 11:00 a.m. CST

Presented by TKC Executive Director Josh Carlson, LCSW, this training will help participants understand the impact of secondary traumatic stress, including compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and burnout from the distressing stories from clients. Several self-assessments and strategies will be reviewed to aid in decreasing the effects of secondary traumatic stress on the physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing of helping professionals.

CE's Available when you attend live.

Other TKC Exclusive Learning Events

ATTACHMENT 101 - Zoom Lunch & Learn  For Professionals Working in Early Childhood Education or Home Visiting

Thursday, April 9th 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CST

Presented by Kirsty Ruggles, MS, this presentation will provide attendees with an understanding of what the term “Attachment” means, what the different attachment styles are, and how they develop in early childhood. Participants will be able to define the term “Attachment” and describe the four different attachment styles.

Free, But Registration is Required. Zoom link provided once registered.

Trauma-Informed Ministry Training

Designed to Help Churches, Ministry Program Staff and Volunteers better care for children who have been through trauma.

Wednesday, May 22nd 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CST

Kids can come to our churches and ministry programs having experienced some challenging events in their young life. These adverse childhood experiences can result in strong thoughts and feelings and even challenging behaviors. This free live event is for Sunday school teachers, paid and volunteer staff of children’s or youth ministry programs who want to learn what trauma is, how it impacts children and some strategies on supporting children and youth in your congregations.

This in-person training is free to attend.

Continuing Education Information

The Knowledge Center at Chaddock has been approved by ACE and NBCC for offering Continuing Education credits and certificates.