Brown County Family Services and The South Central Children’s Mental Health Initiative present Charley Joyce, LICSW
Charley Joyce, LICSW, has been a social worker for 35 years. He is the co-author of "Behavior with a Purpose" and a contributing author of "Assessing Youth Behavior". Mr. Joyce provides numerous trainings for foster-adopt parents and child welfare workers and we are proud to have him provide the following training sessions.
Date: June 28, 2010
Time: 1 – 4 PM
Core Audience: Professionals/Foster Care Providers
Subject: Grief and Loss in Foster Care
Location: Brown County Family Services Building * 1117 Center St *
New Ulm, MN
This is a three hour training on the issues of grief and loss experienced by foster parents, foster youth, social workers and the child’s own family. Special emphasis will be placed on the stages of grief and loss as they apply to each entity. Specific ways to support and respond to the challenges presented by foster care grief and loss will be discussed. The dynamics of child removal trauma and being placed with “strangers” in foster care are also covered in a grief and loss capacity.
Location: Martin Luther College * 1995 Luther Court * New Ulm, MN
(enter college at entrance off Summit Street follow road to back parking lot then follow signs)