This training is sponsored generously by the Detroit Wayne Integrated Health Network (DWHN). Therefore, only those individuals employed by a Detroit Wayne Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health program are allowed to register.
Training Series Description: This training discusses the impact of racial identity and social position on one's experiences of the child welfare system.It also invites participants to think about their practice through a culturally sensitive and relationship focused lens.In the training, we will discuss the critical role of reflection and self awareness when carrying out services with vulnerable populations.We will also discuss the roles of social workers as advocates and the importance of creating strong professional relationships on behalf of the families we serve.
This training supports the foundations of applying IMH principles when working with children and families involved with the child welfare system, and wasoffered in Detroit Wayne several years ago. This is a repeat of that training with some minor adaptations. Those that have attended this training in the past are welcome to sign up again as a refresher.
Speaker: Faith Eidson, LMSW, IECMH-E®
Dates and Time: 9am - 12pm (ET)
This training is formatted into four-half days:
- June 27 & 28 and July 25 & 26
- Click on this Webinar Icon below to register
- You will see a blue register button for each date at the bottom - click on one and it should register you for all of the days
- You will receive a confirmation email with the ability to add the first training date to your calendar
Registration deadlines: Registration will close on June 22, 2022