Prevent Child Abuse Arizona offers webinars on the topics of Supporting Traumatized Children; Building Personal & Professional Resilience; Addressing Violence & Maltreatment; and Strengthening Families. Our webinars are designed to be interactive, applicable, and encourage self-reflection.

Click here to download the Prevent Child Abuse Arizona webinar catalog. If you’d like to request a webinar presentation for your organization, please email the title, approximate group size, and a few preferred date and time options to info@pcaaz.org.

 


Upcoming Webinars


 

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Trauma-Informed Care Begins with You (It May Not Be What You Think!)

September 16, 2021 from 12 – 1pm

Presenter: Kelly Lubeck, MPH

This workshop presentation shows how being trauma-informed begins from within. You’ll learn how building your own resilience and capacity for self-regulation are essential and transformative to the work you do in the world, especially if you want it to be trauma-informed.

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Applying the Trauma-Informed Approach to Our Relationships

October 27, 2021 from 12 – 1pm

Presenter: Rick Griffin

Learn more about how applying a trauma-informed lens can impact your interactions with yourself, your family, your colleagues, and your community.

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Journey of a Trauma Informed Organization

November 18, 2021 from 12 – 1pm

Presenters: TBD – We are seeking speaker for this topic. Please apply here! 

Join us for a deeper dive into what it looks like to be trauma-informed as a program, and how it impacts each level of an organization.

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Strengthening Families Protective Factors Series 

 

Introduction to the Protective Factors Framework

October 21, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenter: Rebekah Prieto, MS

Let’s focus on what’s strong rather than what’s wrong. Participants will learn an
overview of the Strengthening Families™ Protective Factors Framework, an approach to working with families in a way that builds their strengths as a solution to their challenges. We’ll discuss what it means to work with families in a strength-based way, and come up with ideas for how we can build protective factors through our work.

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Parental Resilience

October 28, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenter: Rebekah Prieto, MS

This course will delve into the Parental Resilience protective factor. Participants will learn to define and recognize signs of parental resilience, identify actions they can take to help parents build their resilience, and provide examples of program efforts that value and support parents.

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Social Connections

November 4, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenters: Rebekah Prieto, MS

This course will delve into the Social Connections protective factor. Participants will learn to understand the value of helping parents and families connect to others, discuss ways to help parents make these connections, and create concrete plans for facilitating more connection in their communities.

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Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development

November 12, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenters: Rebekah Prieto, MS

This course will delve into the Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development protective
factor. Participants will be able to define what it means to have knowledge of parenting and child development, identify actions they can take to strengthen parenting, and create a plan to integrate these ideas into their work.

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Concrete Support in Times of Need 

November 18, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenters: Rebekah Prieto, MS

This course will delve into the Concrete Support in Times of Need protective factor. Participants will discuss examples of how to provide welcoming, non-judgmental support to families, brainstorm ways to better connect families to resources, and learn to recognize the early signs of child maltreatment.

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Children’s Social and Emotional Competence

December 2, 2021 from 9 – 10:30 am

Presenters: Rebekah Prieto, MS

This course will delve into the Children’s Social and Emotional Competence protective factor. Participants will be able to list characteristics of children who are emotionally healthy and demonstrate strong social skills, learn ways to promote the social and emotional growth of children, and recognize how this protective factor is linked to preventing child maltreatment.

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Mandatory Reporter Training

This is a pre-recorded, free training.

This 40-minute training will teach you to identify the signs of child abuse and neglect, how to report child abuse in Arizona, and how you can support families so that child abuse and neglect can be prevented.

Access the training here