When

September 22, 2020

Time

1pm - 2pm
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Where

This is an online event. 
 

Cost: FREE - A donation is welcomed but not required.

 
 

Contact

Candace Joice
Denver Children's Advocacy Center 
303-825-3850 x320 
CJoice@DenverCAC.org
 

Positive Discipline for Challenging Times

With Meagan Rohde, MSW, LCSW -  DCAC’s  Bilingual Child and Family Therapist

With increasing demands being placed on parents and caregivers, caring for and educating children may be more challenging than ever. This webinar aims to provide information and support to parents and caregivers through sharing positive discipline strategies, exploring Conscious Discipline, and reflecting on ways in which new strategies may be applied. Participants will learn skills and strategies to effectively support children in learning, following directions, managing emotions, and building healthy relationships in and outside the home, and in hopes of promoting increased resilience for children and their caregivers.

Who Should Attend:  Parents, Caregivers, Community Partners

Level of Training: Beginner - Advanced 

When?  September 22, 2020

Time? 1pm — 2pm

Where? Online via Zoom

Cost? FREE - A donation is welcomed but not required.

About the presenter: 

    Meagan Rohde received her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Denver in 2014 and began working with DCAC as an intern in 2013. Before joining the team, Meagan interned with Denver Urban Scholars and worked with the  Fostering Healthy Futures research team at the Kempe Center.  Prior to pursuing her education, she also had the opportunity to volunteer with domestic violence organizations, and with homeless and orphaned children in the U.S., Ecuador, and Mexico. Currently, Meagan provides reflective supervision to home visitors and treatment and parent education to parents and caregivers through DCAC's community partnership with Clayton Early Learning. At DCAC, Meagan has specialized in working with survivors of sexual abuse and children with sexualized behaviors and enjoys incorporating mindfulness and movement in work with clients and families. Thanks to opportunities provided through DCAC, Meagan has been trained in various treatment modalities, including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), PSB-CBT (Problematic Sexual Behaviors Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and PCIT (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy). 

DCAC Webinar Series Part 2


 October 6th 11am: Case Study: From the First Forensic Interview to the Last Therapy Session

 October 21st 9am: Internet Safety

 November 10th 1pm: Managing Transitions, Grief and Loss Related to COVID-19

 November 17th 10am: What is Self-Care: Strategies and Techniques

 December 8th 1pm: Mindfulness and Stress Management Strategies

 January 19th 1pm: Coping with Anxiety and Depression During Challenging Times

 February 12th 12pm: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Registration for these Webinars Coming Soon!

Registration links and more detailed information will be posted at

DenverCAC.org as it becomes available.