Available Workshops
Session A (Wednesday, September 14, 10:00am-11:30am)
A1: Interrupting Racism for Children (All Day-Part 1)
A2: Integrating Authentic Youth Engagement: Examples from Foster Success
A3: Seeds of Power and Control: Discussing Domestic Violence
A4: Dynamic Safety Planning for Youth and Families
A5: Children's Rights in CHINS Cases and How Attorneys and GAL/CASA Help Protect Them
A6: Positive Co-Care Relationships
Session B (Wednesday, September 14, 1:00pm-2:30pm)
B1: Interrupting Racism for Children (All Day-Part 2)
B2: Maximizing Your Child's Therapeutic Relationship: How to Help Kids in Care Get The Most Out of Therapy
B3: Social Work Ethics – Challenges of Technology in Practice
B4: The Visible Dad: Fatherhood Engagement in Indiana
B5: Longer and Stronger: Provide Proven Support to Foster and Biological Parents
B6: Developing Face-to-Face Skills in a Virtual World
Session C (Wednesday, September 14, 3:00pm-4:30pm)
C1: Interrupting Racism for Children (All-Day Part 3)
C2: Writing effective reports and presenting clear testimony: a primer with DCS legal
C3: How to assist our youth as they navigate through homelessness
C4: Child Exploitation in Indiana: Understanding the role of youth workers
C5: IARCA Annual Meeting
Session D (Thursday, September 15, 10:00am-11:30am)
D1: TBRI: Trust Based Relational Intervention Introduction and Overview (All-Day Part 1)
D2: An Advocate for a Child: GAL/CASA, Lawyers, and More
D3: Improving Psychotropic Medication Prescribing for Youth in Out of Home Care
D4: One Mission, One Vision: Effective Collaboration with Our DCS Partners
D5: Working with families: How do we get unstuck?
D6: Supporting successful placements: tips and techniques for working with youth on the autism spectrum
Session E (Thursday, September 15, 1:00pm-2:30pm)
E1: TBRI: Trust Based Relational Intervention Introduction and Overview (All-Day Part 2)
E2:Fostering family resilience and protective factors for child maltreatment and fatality prevention through community collaborations
E3: Preservation as Priority 1: Questioning conventions about which families can be kept safely at home
E4: Overview of Disability Laws and Accommodations in School and Community
E5: Substance Use, Treatment and Recovery
E6:Supporting successful placements: effectively supporting high acuity youth and their caregivers
Session F (Thursday, September 15, 3:00pm-4:30pm)
F1: TBRI: Trust Based Relational Intervention Introduction and Overview (All-Day Part 3)
F2: Working with youth, not for youth: Strategies for incorporating lived expertise
F3: Breaking the Silos: Home-Based, Residential and Foster Care Services
F4: Safe Children, Supported Families: Community Based Educational Opportunities for Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
F5: What School House Rock left out: How ideas become laws and communities get federal grants