Kinship Center Partners with UC Davis for Summer Institute

Post-Permanency Institute offers unique curriculum

A special Summer Institute presented by Kinship Center and hosted by the Center for Human Services at the University of California, Davis campus on August 9-11, 2010 will give child welfare and adoption services workers the practical knowledge and advanced skills to be able to support children after a move into foster care, and ultimately into a permanent home.

Both county and private agency professionals are invited to attend this three-day Institute that will: focus on reducing the long-term impact of moves on children and families, examine the effects of trauma on a child’s brain, understand the importance of previous attachments even when abuse and neglect have taken place, and much more.

Download the registration brochure here. The Institute is approved for 14 hours of continuing education by the Board of Behavioral Sciences.

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