Training

Upcoming Trainings:

Creative Correction Techniques: September

About this event:
Join us as we discuss creative ways to correct behaviors in children who have hard histories.

Led by Staci Thomas, TBRI Practitioner

Date & Time:
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CST

US $20

Creative Correction Techniques: october

About this event:
Learn new ways to correct behaviors in children who have hard histories?

Led by Staci Thomas, TBRI Practitioner

Date & Time:
Thursday, October 28, 2021
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM CST

US $20

Creative Correction Techniques: november

About this event:
We will be discussing children with hard histories and creative ways to correct their behaviors. 

Led by Staci Thomas, TBRI Practitioner

Date & Time:
Tuesday, November 16, 2021
12:00 PM – 1:30 AM CST

US $20

Chosen Offers Training to Professionals, Churches, & Parent Support Groups.

Presentations can be tailored to groups based on size and collective knowledge level.
In-person trainings can be coordinated by request.
Presentations can be tailored to groups based on
size and collective knowledge level.

In-person trainings can be coordinated by request.
Presentations can be tailored to groups based on size and collective knowledge level.

In-person trainings can be coordinated by request.

These Trainings Will Help You:

Understand Behavior

Learn Useful Parenting Techniques

Connect with Vulnerable Children

Bring Peace into Homes

Understand the Impact of Trauma

Develop Healthy Relationships

Increase Your Impact with Chosen

Our Goal is to Help Children Heal by Teaching Trauma-RESPONSIVE Care.
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Our Goal is to Help Children Heal by Teaching
Trauma-Informed Care.

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Trauma impacts a developing brain. Resulting behavioral, academic, and relational challenges need intervention for these children to grow into emotionally healthy adults. Without a deep understanding of how abuse, neglect, grief, and loss affect people, efforts to help this population will likely fall short. Our staff, trained and experienced in using best-in-class trauma education, is passionate about sharing this knowledge with anyone wanting to serve children and adults who have experienced trauma. 

Available Trainings Include:

Trauma & Attachment in Foster / Adoptive FamilieS

Dive deep into understanding trauma’s impact on child development and how the broken bonds of separation can cause challenging behaviors.

Motivational
Interviewing

Understand this evidence-based approach to respectful and compassionate methods of communication that helps people explore readiness to change.

Crisis
Intervention

Using a trauma-informed approach, learn how to handle common crises that arise when working with foster and adoptive children.

Secondary & Vicarious Trauma

Explore ways to lighten the emotional toll of working with children who have hard histories, and bring relief to the whole family.

Clinical
Documentation

Understanding the purpose, value, and function of documentation when working with children impacted by the child welfare system.

Attachment: Parenting Hurting Children

Explore the effects of trauma on attachment between caregivers and children as well as practical tips to strengthen family connections.

Getting Ready for the Holidays

Discover different methods of handling holiday stressors--visits, travel, disrupted routines--in a trauma-responsive and child-focused way.

How to Handle Lying
& dishonesty in children

Understand reasons for lying and learn practical correction techniques that build trust, foster connection, and facilitate growth.

Redefine Self-Care When Parenting a Hurting Child

Discover practical ways one can focus on self-care and mental well-being while caring for children with challenging behaviors.

Sensory Processing: How Senses Impact Behaviors

Understand the connection between certain behaviors and sensory/processing issues in order to help children learn to thrive in their environment.

Parenting with a
Grace-Based Mindset

Find out how to parent from a place of compassion, lightness, and love--toward the child and oneself--when dealing with challenging behaviors.

Correct Behavior without Losing Connection

Uncover new and creative correction techniques that maintain and promote strong connections between children and their caregivers.

Executive
Functioning

Learn how to help children who struggle with executive functioning skills such as impulse control, organization, and following multi-step instructions.

Trauma Competent Caregiver Training

Learn the essential skills of trauma competent care and identify new strategies and techniques to respond to challenging behaviors.

Trust-Based Relational Intervention® TRAINING

For those parenting children from hard places, learn foundational skills on how to connect, empower, and correct in a trauma-responsive way.

seeking training
on a topic not Listed?

Reach out to Staci Thomas
today at:
staci@chosen.care
for information about additional training options.

What Does a Chosen Training look like?

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Meet Our Training Team

Staci Thomas,
TBRI® Practitioner
Chief Program Officer
Stephanie Motes,
MA, LPC-S
Clinical Manager
Alex Wilson, 
TBRI® Practitioner
Care Manager

 

Tera Melber, 
TBRI® Practitioner
Care Manager

 

Bethany Hall,
FNP 
Bilingual Care Manager
Shaleigh Schneider
 Program Manager, Florida
Kimber Graves, 
TBRI® Practitioner
Care Manager

Continuing Education (CEUs)

The training sessions offered by Chosen generally fulfill continuing education requirements for individuals holding various state licenses as listed below. It is the attendee’s responsibility to ensure that the training provided is directly related to their respective scope of practice and licensure.

Chosen commits to provide continuing education training that most state licensing boards accept by:

  • Ensuring that each training is conducted by a trained professional who has experience and knowledge in the topic presented.
  • Verifying attendance by utilizing sign-in sheets and providing certificates indicating the licensees name, date of training, and hours of credit earned.
  • Poviding a mechanism for evaluation of each training we provide.
  • Maintaining all records of trainings for at least 7 years.
  • Setting achievable learning objectives prior to the training.

*Attendees are responsible for reporting their attendance to their state licensing board.

Pricing Information

Pricing is available upon request and can be set per seat or per grouping. For further information, please contact Alex Wilson

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