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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

    • 07/17/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online - Zoom
    • 276
    Register


    Coffee & Conversations Speaker Series


    July 17, 2024  12pm - 1pm Online

    Guest Speakers:

    Patra Minix and Michaelynn Parks, LCSW with Family and Youth Counseling Agency


    Learning Objectives:

    Comprehend core principles of personal safety

    Develop effective communication strategies

    Foster empowerment and build trust with families and children involved in child welfare system including courts

    About the guest speakers: 

    Patra MinixPatra Minix is the Director of Family & Youth’s Children’s Advocacy Center, a Diplomate Child Forensic Interviewer, and has been conducting investigative interviews for over 8 years. She is a member of the Children’s Advocacy Center’s, Department of Child and Family Services, and Sexual Assault Response Team's Multidisciplinary Teams.

    She received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from McNeese State University in 2013 and a Master’s of Psychology Degree from University of Phoenix this year. She is currently in her PH.D. program pursing a Doctorate Degree in Human Services with a specialization in community and social services.

    Patra has conducted over 1,700 child forensic interviews, testified in several family and criminal court proceedings, completed over 500 clinical hours of training, provided over 20 prevention presentations to community members, and is the mother of 3 children, 2 who are neurodivergent. Patra’s personal and professional experiences are the reasons she is passionate about advocacy.


    Michaelynn ParksMichaelynn Parks is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners. She holds a Bachelor’s in Social Work from Southeastern Louisiana University and a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Louisiana State University. Currently serving as Vice President of Family and Youth Counseling Agency, Michaelynn has been with the organization for over six years.

    In her role, Michaelynn oversees The Shannon Cox Counseling Center (SCCC), The Human Services Response Institute (HSRI), The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), and The Court Appointed Special Advocacy (CASA) divisions. Additionally, she provides direct therapeutic services and support for children, families, and individuals through the Shannon Cox Counseling Center.

    Michaelynn's work is dedicated to supporting families and children affected by abuse through evidence-based and trauma-informed practices with an emphasis on supporting the dignity, empowerment, and well-being of individuals she serves. Michaelynn is a strong advocate for raising awareness around abuse prevention and promoting community resources that foster safety and well-being for vulnerable populations.


    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).

    • 07/18/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online
    • 149
    Register

        

    GATHER. LEARN. COLLABORATE.

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

    2024 LEGISLATIVE UPDATES FOR CHILD WELFARE PRACTITIONERS

    Thursday, July 18 | 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Approved 1 HOUR CEU - Presumptive Approval CLE 1 HOUR

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    SB39, now Act 92, was signed by the Governor on May 21, 2024. The Act establishes an “Advice of Rights for Children” provision in the Louisiana Children’s Code. This new article will become effective on August 1st and requires judges to advise children who are ten years of age and older that they are a party to the proceedings and of their rights, such as the right to have notice of and attend all hearings. In addition, Act 92 makes other relevant changes to the Children’s Code, for example, clarifying the process for asking the court to disapprove a child’s placement. Our speakers will explain changes to Child in Need of Care law and will also provide information about other new laws that impact our children and families, such as delinquency, education, and mental health laws. Please join us!

    Speakers:

    • Kayana Bradley, Peer Support Specialist, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services; Louisiana Elite Advocacy Force
    • Kathy Lynn Cook, J.D., M.A., C.W.L.S.,* Deputy General Counsel, Mental Health Advocacy Service/Child Advocacy Program
    • Richard M. Pittman, J.D., C.W.L.S.,* Director of Field Placements and Pro Bono Programs, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center
    Agenda:

    12-12:25pm SB39/Act 92 Explained  

    12:25-12:45pm  Other Relevant Legislative Updates

    12:45-12:50pm Looking Ahead to the 2025 Legislative Session

    12:50-1:00pm Questions and Discussion

    Objectives:

    • Learn about the new Advice of Rights for Children and other 2024 legislative changes to Child in Need of Care law.
    • Become familiar with 2024 law changes to delinquency, education, and other relevant matters.
    • Hear about potential 2025 legislative issues.

    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.


    • 08/06/2024
    • 08/20/2024
    • 3 sessions
    • Virtual
    Register

    The Dynamics of Hope Conference is a three-part virtual series designed to provide you with facets of community, fostering hope, resilience and collaboration. Session 1 and 2 will have a one-hour plenary speaker and is followed by your choice from four one-hour breakout sessions.  Session 3 will have two one-hour plenary sessions.

    This is a new collaborative project coordinated by Team Dynamics. We hope to see you online! 

    Discounts do exist for early registrations! Limited seating.

    A full listing of the speakers for the conference will be released very soon! Watch for it!

    EARLY BIRD RATES APPLY THRU JULY 15TH!

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    August 6, 2024 - Day One of the Series

    12 pm to 1 pm CST Keynote 1 Opening Session

    Creating Hope - A Framework

    Elizabeth Power, MEd, Founder of The Trauma Informed Academy

    Referral Code - HopeEP24


    Breakouts 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm CST 

    Hope Through Change: The 4C’s of Transforming Life’s Challenges

    Nathaniel J. Williams, LSW, DSW, Ed.D., MBA, MPA, MHS, President/CEO, HumanWorks Affiliates, Inc. (HWA)

    Referral Code - HopeNW24


    Social Justice Praxis: Discovering Mutual Aid

    Heidi Breaux, DSW, LCSW-BACS

    Referral Code - HopeHB24



    Trauma as a Catalyst

    Carrie Rickert, MFS

    Referral Code - HopeCR24



    Mental Health First Aid: Building Hope, Resilience, and Support Systems

    Angela Dixon, JD, Dixon Training Group

    Referral Code - HopeAD24



    August 13, 2024 - Day Two of the Series

    12 pm to 1 pm CST Keynote 2


    Special Guest Speaker!

    More information soon!

    Breakouts 1:15 pm to 2:15 pm CST 

    Enhancing Quality of Life: Strategies for a Hopeful Future

    Ann Ellison, MA

    Referral Code - HopeAE24


    Leadership with Hope: Inspiring and Guiding Through Adversity

    LaDonna Wattley, LMSW

    Referral Code - HopeLW24


    Hopeful Practices: Embracing Diversity

    Michael Benjamin-Robinson, DSW, LCSW-BACS

    Referral Code - HopeMBR24



    Building Relationships:

    Creating Supportive Networks

    Sharon Delvisco, DSW, LMSW, CGMP

    Referral Code - HopeSD24



    August 20, 2024 - Day Three of the Series

    12 pm to 1 pm CST Opening Keynote 3

    Reality Check - Creating Hope with What you Have

    LaDonna Wattley, LCSW

    Referral Code - HopeLW24

    1:15 pm to 2:15 pm CST Closing Keynote 4

    Next Hopeful Steps 

    Elizabeth Power, MEd, Founder of The Trauma Informed Academy

    Referral Code - HopeEP24

    We hope to see you at the conference! 

    For more information, go to Hope in the main menu.

    This conference is coordinated by Team Dynamics. Questions can be directed to Susan Shaffette or Dr. Sharon Delvisco.

    RATES: Early Bird Rates in Limited Quantity thru 7/15/2024

     Registration Types  Early Bird Rate  Regular Rate
     Full Series

     $325

     $395
     Aug 6 Only  $145  $175
     Aug 13 Only  $145  $175
     Aug 20 Only  $145  $175

    Sessions will be submitted for social work accreditation (CEU). Speaker and session details will be here as the full speaker listing is updated - go to this page on our website for more information!

    We do not accept cancellations, but you can transfer registrations to another individual. No refunds. Your access link to the series will be sent to you 48 hours prior to the event date.


    • 08/15/2024
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online
    • 447
    Register

        

    GATHER. LEARN. COLLABORATE.

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

    OBJECTIONS

    Thursday, August 15 | 12:00pm-1:00pm

    Approved 1 HOUR CEU - Presumptive Approval CLE 1 HOUR

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    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.


    • 08/28/2024
    • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • West Baton Rouge CVB Conference Center at 2750 N Westport Drive in Port Allen
    • 416
    Register


    Annual Grantee Meeting


    August 28, 2024  

    West Baton Rouge CVB Conference Center

    2750 N Westport Drive, Port Allen, LA


    Hotel Accommodations:  A courtesy block of sleeping rooms has been arranged at the Hampton Inn & Suites at 2755 Commercial Drive in Port Allen for $107.00 ++. If you want to reserve a room contact sharon@teamdyn.com by July 31st. 

    This an invitation only event that is required attendance for all current LCTF Grantees! 


    Special Guest Speaker: James Brown, Jr with the Xchange Zone - Running Towards Relationships


    Relationships are the essence of the human existence – the business world, home, and school. Understanding that every relationship matters, has a unique cadence, and learning how to identify and move within it, can drastically improve your personal brand, organizational effectiveness, and better position you to reach your individual and team goals. In this presentation, you will learn the rhythm (cadence) and rhyme (communication) for building rewarding (win) relationships AND how to apply these skills personally, within your team and with your customers.

    About the Speaker: James loves engaging with people and leading others to success, drawing on his championship experiences in both athletics and corporate America. Whether crossing the finish line to earn a world-class status as a sprinter or spending 30-plus years working with national, sports and corporate clients, James has learned quite a bit about preparing, competing, succeeding at a high level, and the importance of "THE EXCHANGE ZONE!"

    As a former sales executive, James has closed deals and managed clients for high-profile sporting events and major corporations. He was named National Account Executive of the Year during his tenure as a sales director for Visit Houston and was named Supplier of the Year by Meeting Professionals International (MPI). James now serves on the board of MPI-HAC as Vice President of Leadership Development.

    As a speaker, James has merged his unique expertise as a lifelong leader and teammate to offer engaging keynote and breakout sessions that inspire while providing practical solutions for sales success by developing customer-centric services and rewarding (revenue) relationships. James challenges organizations to adopt a “champion mindset,” motivating people to see everyone they meet as a customer!

    Away from the stage and mic, James is a husband, father of two, cook, and golfer who’s known to wear cowboy boots.

    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
    • 17
    Register

    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

06/26/2024 LCTF Monthly Speaker Series - Date Change - June 26, 2024
06/20/2024 CIP Cafe' - June 2024
05/16/2024 CIP Cafe' - May 2024 Faces Behind the Files
05/15/2024 LCTF Monthly Speaker Series - May 15, 2024
04/22/2024 LCTF Child Abuse Prevention Conference
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, Suite B

Mandeville, LA 70471

Office: (985) 624-3514

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