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Thank you for your interest in the training dates and conferences that are on our agenda.  Certificates are sent out for qualifying events within 30 days following a course/event. If you require a replacement certificate, you can email Dr. Sharon Delvisco for assistance. 

Upcoming events

    • 04/22/2024
    • Cajundome Convention Center, Lafayette, LA
    • 17


    2024 LCTF Child Abuse Prevention Conference Program

    REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE FRIDAY!

    We have limited space - when we reach capacity, it will shut down all categories! Waitlist will be open.

    The Annual LCTF Child Abuse Prevention Conference will be held at the Cajundome in Lafayette. Event Sign-in will begin at 8:00 am and the Conference Start is at 8:30 am.

    Registration is $30 per person and includes lunch. No onsite registration for attendees is allowed for this event.  You must pre-register! Questions contact Sharon@teamdyn.com 

    REGISTER NOW

    CEUs/CLEs: This event is approved for 5 CEUs and has presumptive approval for 5 CLEs. For more information contact sharon@teamdyn.com

    Sessions Approved for CEUs: 

    9 am – 10 am – Opening Keynote - Victory by Design (APPROVED FOR 1 GENERAL CEU) D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas

    10:15 am to 11:15 am Breakout Sessions

    Session 101  Dr. Corie Hebert - Understanding Brain Architecture and Trauma: An Interactive Game-Based Session (1 CLINICAL CEU)

    Session 102 Holly Tupper, Unbound Now, La CSEY Advocacy Program Director - Unveiling the Shadows: Understanding and Combating Child Trafficking (1 general CEU)

    Session 103 Rob Carlisle, LPC-S, LMFT - Perspective Taking (1 CLINICAL CEU)

    Session 104 Jarvis Spearman, LMSW - Developing Your Toolkit: Recognizing & Addressing Grief to Promote Resiliency (1 general CEU)

    12:45 pm to 1:45 pm Breakout Sessions

    Session 201 Tieranni Parquet, CADA GNO - Substance Use: Prevention and Impact on Families and Children (1 General CEU)

    Session 202 Sarah H. Berthelot, CEO United Way  -  ALICE in Louisiana: Hard Choices Impacting Families and Children (1 General CEU)

    Session 203 - Bridget Gardner, RN, Trauma Program Specialist, Injury Prevention, University Medical Center New Orleans - On the Road to Safety: Ensuring Child Well-Being through Vehicle and Car Seat Safety (1 General CEU)

    Session 204 - Reshonn Saul. La Supreme Court FINS Manager - FINS: Understanding Status Offenders of Louisiana (1 General CEU)

    2 pm to 3 pm Breakout Sessions

    Session 301  Dr. Corie Hebert - Repeated Session Understanding Brain Architecture and Trauma: An Interactive Game-Based Session (1 CLINICAL CEU)

    Session 302 Etrena Gerard, DCFs and Lacy Simms, LCSW-BACS - Assessing Child Safety (1 General CEU)

    Session 303 Janelle Brown, Project Celebration - Building Safe Homes: Strategies for Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Prevention (not approved)

    Session 304 Sheri Eastridge, LDH - Louisiana ACE Educator Program and Parent Talk: Parents Can Prevent ACEs (1 General CEU)

    3:15 pm to 4:15 pm Closing Keynote Elizabeth Power, MEd - Empowering Families and Caregivers: Understanding Trauma and Approaches to Child Abuse Prevention - (1 General CEU) 

    Hotel Accommodations:

    A courtesy block of rooms has been reserved for LCTF Child Abuse Prevention Conference attendees at the Hilton Garden Inn in Lafayette at 2340 West Congress Street. Use this link to reserve your room with group code FUND24 at a rate of $107++ per night.  The deadline to reserve hotel accommodations is April 4th. You will need a credit card to hold the reservation.  The phone number for the Hilton Garden Inn in Lafayette is 337 291 1977.

    Reserve my Room

    • 05/15/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom
    • 436
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    Coffee & Conversations Speaker Series


    May 15, 2024  12pm - 1pm Online

    Speaker:

    Dr. Joy Bracey, LPC, NCC


    About the guest speaker:

    Joy Bracey, Ed.D., LPC, NCC attained her Doctor of Education in Executive Leadership at the University of Holy Cross in New Orleans, Louisiana and her Master of Education in Counseling at the University of New Orleans. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, and an adjunct professor at Teacher’s College- Columbia University, teaching self-awareness to master’s degree students. Dr. Joy allowed her calling to help others to shape her career, providing mental health services and addiction treatment for New Orleans’ most vulnerable communities. For the past 12 years, she has served as the President & CEO of CADA Prevention & Recovery Center, a non-profit addiction treatment & mental health agency, while serving in leadership roles on numerous local and national boards, coalitions, and advisory councils. Dr. Joy uses her background and education to teach self-love, inner critic healing, inner child healing, emotional skills, mindfulness, and self-awareness online, in workshops and retreats, and through public speaking engagements. She provides coaching and counseling to individuals to help them along on their journey of discovering who they are, so they can fully embrace self-compassion and experience inner peace.

    Sign up today! You must be present for over 50% of the presentation for us to award credits.  

    CLE HOURS SPONSOR:                     CEU HOURS SPONSOR:

              


    Questions? Registrations, Connectivity and Credits can be supported by contacting Team Dynamics (985-624-3514).


    LCTF Program Support Questions can be directed to Michele Rabalais (225-342-2245).

    • 05/16/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online
    • 445
    Register

        

    GATHER. LEARN. COLLABORATE.

    ____       Hosted by the Court Improvement Program of the Louisiana Supreme Court       ____

    Faces Behind the Files:

    Lived Experience within the Child Welfare System

    Thursday, May 16 | 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Approved 1 HOUR CEU - Presumptive Approval CLE 1 HOUR

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    The directives that states are receiving from the federal Children’s Bureau emphasize engaging persons who have lived experience with a Child in Need of Care case including parents and children or youth. Persons who have first-hand contact with the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) and the legal system can and should help guide and direct efforts to improve our child welfare system. Parents and children bring clarity to the broader implications of our actions, allowing us to improve our approach to individuals and their cases. Samantha Morrison and Jarvis Spearman will share about their experiences in the Louisiana child welfare system. Former assistant district attorney Sarah Hood will give her perspective as well.

    Speakers:

    Samantha M. Morrison, Peer and Equity Specialist, Pelican Center for Children and Families is the Peer and Equity Specialist for the Pelican Center’s Court Improvement Program in which she has been working for the past six months in this position. Ms. Morrison is a certified Peer Support Specialist (with lived experience) and a previous background as a Peer Support Coordinator with East Baton Rouge Parish Family Preservation Court under Judge Adam Haney. Faced with substance abuse challenges, her 3 daughters were removed from her home and placed in the care of her parents until she decided to change her life. Ms. Morrison has been clean and sober for almost 4 years. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her children, helping people and reading. She is currently working on her Bachelor’s Degree in Education with aspirations to gain her Doctorate Degree in History and attend Law School.

    And

    Jarvis Spearman, LMSW, is a Grambling State University graduate and is currently working on his “Doctorate in Social Work” while working towards his LCSW (clinical social work license). He serves as a Mental Health Professional at Swanson Center for Youth, counseling boys in a secure juvenile setting, and is also a “Certified Foster Parent” fostering teen boys. He served as a Bereavement Coordinator with Heart of Hospice in Monroe for three years, and during that time, he helped families and patients before and after the death of a loved one. Jarvis served as an assistant counselor at Johnny Robinson Boys Home, working under the licensed clinical social worker for two years, providing individual, group, and family sessions to clients and families. Being raised in the foster care system for 12 years with his siblings, he dedicated his time and passion to working at Louisiana Methodist Children's Home, giving back to the life he came from. There, Jarvis worked in the Life Skills Program in Ruston, LA, for 6.5 years as a Peer Support Specialist and Advocate for the Louisiana Foster Care System. He held the title of President for the State of Louisiana Youth Advocacy group known as LEAF (Louisiana Elite Advocacy Force) for many years, serving as a voice for former and current foster youth advocating to ensure the betterment of the foster care system. Jarvis has served as a speaker and panelist at multiple conferences throughout Louisiana, such as the QPI (Quality Parenting Initiative) Conference held in New Orleans, the Together We Can Conference in Lafayette, LA, and the Foster Parent Conference. He has also participated actively in a Task Force dealing with youth aging out of foster care in Louisiana. In 2017, Jarvis participated in the Foster Youth Intern Program at the State Capitol in Baton Rouge, LA. There, he gave a wonderful testimony that touched everyone in attendance. From this internship experience, he was a part of the force that pushed Senate Bill 109 into place, which extended foster care to age 21 for all youth in care on their 18th birthday. This voluntary program allows the Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) to provide intensive services to aid youths' transition to adulthood. As President of the LEAF board, Jarvis and his peers got the opportunity to create Louisiana's first Foster Youth Bill of Rights. Jarvis has gained many awards for his hard work. Jarvis has traveled out of the country on mission trips to serve and be a beacon of happiness to others. Through it all, he strives to be a better individual by giving back to the community and being a light in the lives of vulnerable populations.

    With

    Sarah Hood, J.D., is the Deputy Judicial Administrator and Hearing Officer, Caddo Parish Juvenile Court. Sarah Midboe Hood was raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and graduated from McKinley Senior High School in 1997. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana Tech University in 2001 and her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law degrees from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2004. Upon graduation, Sarah served as the judicial law clerk for the Thirtieth Judicial District Court, located in Leesville, Louisiana. In 2006, she joined the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office and served in many roles during her sixteen-year tenure as an Assistant District Attorney. Some of her work included serving as the Section Chief of the Criminal Drug Section and Section Chief of Criminal Offenses (Section 3), where she prosecuted major felonies, death penalty cases, homicides and aggravated sexual offenses. Her last six years in the District Attorney’s Office, she was the sole prosecutor of Child in Need of Care (“CINC”) cases for Caddo Parish. In 2022, Sarah accepted the position of, and currently serves, as the Deputy Judicial Administrator and a Hearing Officer for the Caddo Parish Juvenile Court. Sarah is married to Michael Hood, who is the Assistant Chief over Investigations and the Bomb Squad Commander for the Shreveport Fire Department and they have two children, Hunter (8) and Elizabeth (4). They attend Cypress Baptist Church and reside in Benton, Louisiana.

    Agenda:

    12-12:40 pm Lived Experience within the Child Welfare System

    12:40-12:50 pm A Prosecutor's Perspective

    12:50-1:00 pm Questions & Discussion

    Objectives:

    Learn about the impact of Child in Need of Care cases and court experiences on individuals and families.

    Understand the broader implications of child welfare stakeholder actions on parents and children.

    This training is free and is designed for all judges, private adoption attorneys, adoption agencies, clerks of court, foster parents, social workers, educators, faith-based leaders and child welfare stakeholders.


    • 06/19/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom
    • 444
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    Coffee & Conversations Speaker Series


    June 19, 2024  12pm - 1pm Online

    Speaker:

    Dr. Amy Dickson


    About the guest speaker: Amy B. Dickson, Psy.D. (1998, Clinical Psychology, Nova Southeastern University; 1998-1999, Postdoctoral Fellow in Infant Mental Health and Trauma work, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center): Dr. Dickson is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at LSUHSC and is the Psychology Section Deputy Chief and the Child Coordinator of the Psychology Internship Training Program. She co-directs the Harris Infant Mental Health training with Dr. Joy Osofsky, is a Child-Parent Psychotherapy trainer, and is the Director of the Infant Team which treats children ages 0-5 years in the foster care system in several parishes in Louisiana. She is part of two Baby Courts and trains around the country on infant mental health and court team work. Dr. Dickson consults to local child protection agencies, sees clients at LSU’s Behavioral Sciences Center, and is working to bring Early Childhood Supports and Services back to Louisiana so all families with young children can have support. Dr. Dickson specializes in trauma and infant mental health.

    Sign up today! You must be present for over 50% of the presentation for us to award credits.  

    CLE HOURS SPONSOR:                     CEU HOURS SPONSOR:

              


    Questions? Registrations, Connectivity and Credits can be supported by contacting Team Dynamics (985-624-3514).


    LCTF Program Support Questions can be directed to Michele Rabalais (225-342-2245).

    • 09/23/2024
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Arts Council Building at 1104 4th Street in Alexandria, La
    • 34
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    SIGN UP NOW - LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS!



    Arts Council of Central Louisiana Building Classroom  C

    1104 4th Street Alexandria, La 71301

    Registration at 8:00 am

    Program begins promptly at 8:30 am

    8:30 am to 4:30 pm

    Morning session will be held in Classroom C and

    the afternoon sessions will be held in Classroom C & D

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    6.5 hours Presumptively CLE approved, includes 1 hour professionalism 

    The Louisiana Court Improvement Program and the Pelican Center for Children and Families, in collaboration with the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law, are pleased to offer a specialized Trial Skills Building training for attorneys in Child in Need of Care cases. The training is designed to support and enhance trial skills for CINC attorneys. We welcome assistant district attorneys, Bureau of General Counsel, children’s attorneys, and parents’ attorneys of any experience level.

    The training delivers comprehensive information about the art of CINC courtroom advocacy. Topics include discovery, direct examination, cross-examination, expert witnesses, exhibits, objections, and closing argument. Participants will have the opportunity to practice direct and cross-examination skills and receive feedback from experienced Louisiana CINC attorney trainers.

    Earn 6.5 hours of in-person credits.

    This course will satisfy  the hours required to represent children in court all in one day! 

    Sign up now to save your spot -

    limited to 30 legal professionals.

    A courtesy block of rooms at the rate of $109++ has been reserved at the the Four Points by Sheraton located at 2301 N MacArthur Dr, Alexandria, LA 71303. Here is the information to secure your hotel accommodations:

    1. Call 1 888 236 2427 to reserve your room and use the group code TD1.

    2. Reserve your room online at Book your group rate for Team Dynamics.

    You must reserve your room with a major credit card by the deadline of 9/7/2024. Cancellations must be made 48 hours in advance or guest will be charged for stay.

    Registration questions can be directed to:

    Team Dynamics at 985-624-3514.


Past events

04/18/2024 CIP Cafe' - April 18, 2024
04/17/2024 LCTF Monthly Speaker Series - April 17, 2024
03/27/2024 LCTF Monthly Speaker Series - March 2024
03/21/2024 CIP Cafe' - March 2024
03/01/2024 TBRI® Court Training - Caddo & Bossier Parish
02/27/2024 La WIC Conference 2024 Lunch Options
02/15/2024 CIP Cafe' - February 15, 2024
01/18/2024 CIP Cafe' - January 18, 2024
12/21/2023 CIP Cafe' - December 21, 2023
12/05/2023 LDAA Child in Need of Care, FINS & Delinquency Training
11/08/2023 Together We Can Conference
10/19/2023 CIP Cafe' - LEGISLATIVE UPDATES FOR CHILD WELFARE STAKEHOLDERS
10/18/2023 LCTF Monthly Speaker Series - Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
09/29/2023 CCAL Fall Conference
09/22/2023 Child in Need of Care Virtual Training for LDAA Support Staff
09/21/2023 CIP Cafe' - Educational Issues - September 2023
09/11/2023 Child in Need of Care Trial Skills Building Training
09/07/2023 Strengthening Louisiana's Children and Families: Solutions Summit
08/23/2023 TBRI Court Training - Morehouse & Ouachita Parish
08/17/2023 CIP Cafe' - August 2023 - ICPC
08/16/2023 LCTF Speaker Series - Back to School Anxiety
08/01/2023 LCTF Annual Grantee Meeting - Invitation Only
08/01/2023 LYFE Annual Grantee Meeting
07/20/2023 CIP Cafe' - Family Time (Visitation) in Child of Need Care Cases
06/15/2023 CIP Cafe' - Children without Immigration Status
05/19/2023 TBRI Court Training - Sabine Parish
05/18/2023 CIP Cafe': Louisiana's Extended Foster Care Program
04/20/2023 Monthly CIP Cafe' - April 2023 - Safe V. Unsafe: The Ongoing Assessment of Safety in Child in Need of Care Cases - Part Two of Two CIP Cafe's Focusing on Safety
04/18/2023 Louisiana WIC Conference 2023
04/11/2023 LCTF Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference
03/16/2023 Monthly CIP Cafe' - March 2023: Safe v Unsafe
03/01/2023 My Community Cares Kickoff Event
02/16/2023 Monthly CIP Cafe' - February 2023: Motions
01/27/2023 Orleans Parish Juvenile Court CINC Training
01/21/2023 Ethical Principles in Social Work Practice
01/19/2023 Monthly CIP Cafe' - January: Reasonable Efforts
12/15/2022 CIP Cafe - Supporting Parents through the Child Welfare Process
12/09/2022 Child in Need of Care Trial Skills Building Training
11/02/2022 Together We Can Conference
10/19/2022 LCTF Coffee & Conversation Speaker Series - October 2022
10/07/2022 Child in Need of Care Trial Skills Building Training
09/26/2022 LYFE Annual Grantee Meeting
09/15/2022 Monthly Cafe' - 2022 Child Welfare Legislative Updates
08/18/2022 CIP Cafe August - A Path Forward: DEI in LA Child Welfare System
08/03/2022 TBRI Courts Training For Orleans Parish Juvenile Court
08/02/2022 TBRI Courts Training For East Baton Rouge Parish Juvenile Court
07/26/2022 FINS Training Opioid Grant
07/21/2022 CHILD FIRST and INTERCEPT: An Intro to New Prevention Service Models
07/08/2022 Orleans Parish Juvenile Court - Child In Need of Care Training (CINC)
06/16/2022 Court Improvement Program Cafe' - Guardianship 101
06/06/2022 APSAC 29th Colloquium Celebrating Resilience
05/19/2022 Court Improvement Program Cafe' - ABCs of Child Welfare
05/11/2022 FINS Training Opioid Grant
05/03/2022 FINS Training Opioid Grant
04/21/2022 Monthly Cafe' - Conversation with Louisiana First Lady
04/20/2022 LCTF Prevention Strategies: Understanding Youth At Risk
04/11/2022 FINS Training Opioid Grant
04/05/2022 FINS Training Opioid Grant
03/17/2022 CIP Cafe' - Placements Available for Children in Foster Care
03/16/2022 When the Village Falls Apart - Lessons Learned in the Fight Against Human Trafficking- LCTF Speaker Series
02/17/2022 CIP Cafe' - Human Trafficking of Youth in Louisiana
02/16/2022 Interrupting Racism & Implicit Bias - LCTF Speaker Series
01/20/2022 January 2022 CIP Cafe' - Louisiana Court Improvement Program
12/16/2021 Monthly Cafe' - LEAF Makes History - Foster Youth Bill of Rights
12/15/2021 LCTF Speaker Series - December 15, 2021
12/07/2021 People First of Northshore Chapter December Holiday Meeting
11/23/2021 People First of Northshore Chapter Fall Celebration Meeting
11/19/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
11/19/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
11/18/2021 Monthly Cafe' - Parent Engagement: Parent Partners
11/03/2021 Together We Can 19th Annual Conference
10/21/2021 Monthly Cafe' - Act 6
10/18/2021 Safety Training Online
10/01/2021 Healthy Relationships Matter for People with Intellectual Disabilities
09/16/2021 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
09/10/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
09/10/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
08/27/2021 Upcoming Changes to Congregate Care in CINC Cases: Qualified Residential Treatment Programs and the Court Process (QRTPs)
08/24/2021 Healthy Relationships Matter for People with Intellectual Disabilities
08/23/2021 Fundamentals of Child Welfare
08/13/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
08/13/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
08/02/2021 Safety Training Online
07/21/2021 LCTF Speaker Series - July 2021
07/15/2021 Safety Training Online
07/09/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
07/09/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
06/23/2021 Ethical Principles in Social Work Practice
06/18/2021 Healthy Relationships Matter for People with Intellectual Disabilities
06/17/2021 The Art of Supervision Training Series - Promoting Positive Performance Part 3
06/16/2021 LCTF Speaker Series - June 2021
06/14/2021 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
06/11/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
06/11/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
06/10/2021 The Art of Supervision Series - Strategies Leading to Success (Part 2)
06/05/2021 Ethical Principles in Social Work Practice
06/03/2021 The Art of Supervision Series - Teamwork & Leadership Skills for Supervisors (Part 1)
05/19/2021 LCTF Speaker Series - May 2021
05/14/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
05/14/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
05/10/2021 Fundamentals of Child Welfare
04/30/2021 Louisiana CINC Benchbook: Introduction and Overview for Legal and Child Welfare Stakeholders
04/22/2021 2021 LCTF Child Abuse Prevention Day at the Capitol
04/19/2021 Safety Training Online
04/09/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
04/09/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
03/22/2021 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
03/16/2021 Louisiana Trauma-Informed Care Conference
03/12/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
03/12/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
02/25/2021 Connections Count
02/23/2021 Safety Training Online
02/12/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
02/12/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
01/27/2021 40th Annual Governor's Conference on Juvenile Justice
01/25/2021 Safety Training Online
01/21/2021 Introduction to Grantwriting
01/15/2021 Workshop for People with Intellectual Disabilities - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships - What's the Difference? This training is for People with Intellectual Disabilities or Self Advocates
01/15/2021 How to Support Healthy Relationships for Family Members, Caregivers and Professionals of People with Intellectual Disabilities
12/14/2020 Safety Training Online
12/01/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
11/17/2020 Safety Training Online
11/04/2020 Together We Can Conference
10/21/2020 Orleans Parish Juvenile Court CINC Training
10/21/2020 ONLINE: Fundamentals of Child Welfare
10/14/2020 Safety Training Online
10/01/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T. ONLINE
09/28/2020 ONLINE: Fundamentals of Child Welfare
08/13/2020 When Adolescence Goes Viral
08/11/2020 When Adolescence Goes Viral
08/06/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T. ONLINE
07/24/2020 Ethical Principles in Social Work Practice
07/20/2020 The Role of the Prosecutor in CINC Cases
06/30/2020 Ethical Principles in Social Work Practice
06/23/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
06/18/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
06/15/2020 ONLINE: Fundamentals of Child Welfare
06/10/2020 ONLINE DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
06/10/2020 ONLINE DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers
05/19/2020 ONLINE Culture S.M.A.R.T.
05/12/2020 ONLINE: Fundamentals of Child Welfare
05/08/2020 ONLINE DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
05/08/2020 ONLINE DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers
04/24/2020 ONLINE DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
04/24/2020 ONLINE - DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers
04/21/2020 ONLINE Culture S.M.A.R.T.
04/07/2020 Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: A Families Helping Families Forum
04/02/2020 Culture S.M.A.R.T.
03/31/2020 Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: A Families Helping Families Forum
03/17/2020 Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: A Families Helping Families Forum
03/05/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental - New Orleans
03/05/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - New Orleans
03/05/2020 Fundamentals of Child Welfare - Alexandria
02/18/2020 Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: A Families Helping Families Forum
02/11/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities- Bossier
02/11/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - Bossier
02/07/2020 Postponed - Culture S.M.A.R.T.
01/21/2020 Understanding the Opioid Epidemic: A Families Helping Families Forum
01/17/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities- Monroe
01/17/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - Monroe
01/09/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Family Members/Caregivers - Lake Charles
01/08/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities- Baton Rouge
01/08/2020 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - Baton Rouge
12/09/2019 Safety Decision Making - Law & Best Practices
12/09/2019 Safety Decision Making - Law & Best Practices
12/03/2019 LAPEN 12th Annual Parenting Educators Summit
11/12/2019 Together We Can Conference
11/07/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities- Alexandria
11/07/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - Alexandria
10/25/2019 Mosaic Dimension 2.0- Kenner
10/14/2019 Cultural Consciousness Training
10/10/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop for Family Members/Caregivers - Metairie
09/23/2019 Child Welfare Basics - New Orleans
09/17/2019 Cultural Consciousness Training
08/16/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Baton Rouge
08/13/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Southeast LA Region
08/12/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Florida Parishes Region
08/08/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - CENLA Region
08/07/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Northwest LA Region
08/07/2019 Mosaic Dimension 2.0- Lake Charles
07/30/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Bayou Region
07/25/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Shreveport
07/17/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Capital Area
07/16/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Southwest Louisiana
07/15/2019 Safety Decision Making - Lunchtime Webinar
07/09/2019 National Indian and Native American WIC Coalition Conference (NINAWC)
06/19/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Monroe
06/18/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Northeast Louisiana
06/18/2019 Mosaic Dimension 2.0-Monroe
06/13/2019 LCTF Regional Meeting - Acadiana Area
06/13/2019 Child Welfare Basics - Houma
05/23/2019 Safety Decision Making - Lunchtime Webinar
05/10/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Pineville
05/02/2019 Safety Decision Making - Law & Best Practices (LIVE)
04/17/2019 Cultural Consciousness Training
04/12/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Covington
04/05/2019 Complex Trauma Conference
04/01/2019 Child Welfare Basics - Monroe
03/25/2019 Strengthening Families Against Opioids
03/25/2019 Cultural Consciousness Training
03/18/2019 Strengthening Families Against Opioids
03/15/2019 Mosaic Dimension 2.0- Houma
03/11/2019 Strengthening Families Against Opioids
03/08/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Lafayette
02/19/2019 Safety Decision Making - Lunchtime Webinar
02/15/2019 Safety Decision Making - Law & Best Practices (LIVE)
02/08/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Lake Charles
01/17/2019 Child Welfare Basics - Lake Charles
01/08/2019 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Terrebonne
12/21/2018 Holiday Office Closure
12/11/2018 Safety Decision Making - Lunchtime Webinar
12/05/2018 Safety Decision Making - Law & Best Practices (LIVE)
12/03/2018 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Self Advocates
12/03/2018 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - Parents & Caregivers
11/28/2018 Child Welfare Basics - Shreveport
11/09/2018 DD - Relationships & Intimacy Workshop - New Orleans
11/02/2018 Mosaic Dimension 2.0
10/15/2018 Together We Can Conference


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Team Dynamics LLC

3925 Highway 59

Mandeville, LA 70471

Office: (985) 624-3514

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