Social Responsibility Therapy Online
 
Social Responsibility Therapy Training

Online Training [Under construction, in beta testing phase]
Online training is made available for the following lectures, each of which provide 3 professional education training hours.
These lectures are for mental health professionals and protected by a password which can be obtained 
through "contact us".1. Introduction to Social Responsibility Therapy in Forensic Foster Care


Basic Training for All Staff

1. Introduction to Social Responsibility Therapy

OR

1. Introduction to Social Responsibility Therapy in Forensic Foster Care

2. Multicultural Values Parenting in Social Responsibility Therapy

3. Supervising Youth with a History of Harmful Behavior:

     SRT Home & Community Safeguards

4. Helping Problem Youth Break their Cycle of Abuse:

    Understanding the SRT Stress-Relapse Cycle

 

    Basic Training Objectives

 

Further Training for Program Implementation and Direct Care Staff

5.  Social Responsibility Therapy program content part 1: Orientation & Phase 1

6.  Social Responsibility Therapy program content part 2: Phase 2 & 3

7.  Social Responsibility Therapy with preteens

8.  The ART of Social Responsibility Therapy: Intervention Methods & Procedures

9.  The Therapeutic Community for Harmful, Abusive Behavior:

     Social Maturity Development for Lifestyle Change

10. Understanding and Managing Harmful Behavior through the Abuse Development Triad        

 

    Further Training Objectives

 

Agency-Specific Training Recommendations

Consultation is offered and a recommended set of training topics is provided based on agency goals and needs. While certain trainings are considered necessary for provider understanding of the basic treatment approach, there are no restrictive requirements on these trainings. Since each of these trainings was designed to be free standing, they can be taken in any order at any time. The benefits of designing these trainings to be free standing, is that they can to be taken in any order at any time, the drawbacks are that some degree of content overlap is necessary to allow each training to be free standing.

 

Agencies with program development staff or training directors can put together their own set of trainings and administrators can modify the recommended set of trainings, dropping and adding trainings to best meet their goals.

 

Onsite Training Protocol Examples across the continuum of care (i.e., residential, foster care, outpatient)

 

Further Information on other trainings that can be offered is available upon request and further information on… 

Social Responsibility Therapy in Forensic Foster Care, can be found at www.forensicare.org

 

Questions about training? See contact us

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