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Effectively Engage Parents in Treatment: Teaching Parent Skills to Improve Child Outcomes (In-Person)


Credit Available - See CEs/Contact Hours tab below.

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NYS OMH EBP Members |  ADHD/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder |  Anxiety |  Autism Spectrum Disorder |  Children and Adolescents |  Client Engagement |  Executive Function |  Families and Couples
Trainers:
Francyne Zelster, PsyD |  Ariel Kornblum, PsyD, BCBA, LBA
Course Levels:
Beginning and Intermediate
Duration:
7 Hours 30 Minutes
Location:
Batavia, New York
Available Dates:



Description

Registration Open

Registration Opens: June 21, 2022


Course Format

In-person workshop.


Manhattan Psychology Groups' psychologists, experts in family/child therapy, parent skills and engagement, and psychoeducation are facilitating a parent skills workshop to offer training, support, and resources to mental health clinicians. This training will provide clinicians with information on strategies that parents, and caregivers can use at home to support their families. Participants in the workshop will receive psychoeducation on childhood disorders and diagnoses, (i.e., anxiety, ADHD, ODD, mood disorders and ASD) often encountered by pediatric clinicians in their offices. The workshop will cover parent skills topics such as: Effective parenting styles; How to set up home routines that promote independence; Problem-solving everyday family conflicts; How to navigate picky eaters, potty training and power struggles; and How to appropriately praise children.

The workshop will expose clinicians to Evidence-Based practices, including Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Parent Management Training. These parent training practices allow clinicians to educate and empower parents, thereby improving the family’s overall functioning. Traditional family therapy models often inadvertently push the family away or make the parents feel badly about their parenting. PCIT and PMT engage the parents in treatment of the child and teach them skills or “parenting tools” without making it seem like the parents need “fixing”. These parent training models are effective in increasing parental engagement and reducing parental resistance, providing the education and skills needed for parents to be better able to help their child. By the conclusion of the training, attendees will have general tools and strategies to apply to specific diagnoses and challenges.

Training will utilize a combination of instruction, demonstration, and practice to teach a variety of skills aimed at improving the development of effective parent skills.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize and understand different types of parenting styles.
  2. Differentiate between traditional functional family therapy and Evidence-Based parent skills training.
  3. Describe how to engage family in treatment of the child in a way that increases their self-esteem; decreases anxiety, anger or frustration; improves the adult-child bond; and increases positive behavior.
  4. Demonstrate your ability to offer training, support and resources to parents and caregivers.
  5. Analyze better ways of responding to difficult situations including treatment resistant parents and families.
  6. Employ concrete skills that can be used to support parents’ responsiveness to their child’s behavior.
  7. Formulate ways to collaborate with collateral caregivers (e.g., teachers, clinicians) to improve family functioning inside and outside the home.

Research:

Manhattanpsychologygroup.com

Target Audience: Social workers, mental health counselors, case managers, marriage and family therapists, creative arts therapists, addictions professionals, psychologists, and other interested parties.

Customer Service

We are happy to respond to any concerns or questions you may have. Please contact us at by email at sw-ce@buffalo.edu or by phone at 716-829-5841.

ADA Accommodations: If you require any support for your ADA needs in the United States, please contact us by email at least 3 weeks prior to the event by email at sw-ce@buffalo.edu or by phone at 716-829-5841.


Registration

Registration open until: August 2, 2022


CEs/Contact Hours


NYSED LMSW & LCSW CEs/Contact Hours

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0001. Continuing education Live In-Person contact hours: 6


NYSED LMHC CEs/Contact Hours

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors #MHC-0008. Continuing education Live In-Person contact hours: 6


NYSED LMFT CEs/Contact Hours

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists #MFT-0007. Continuing education Live In-Person contact hours: 6


NYSED LCAT CEs/Contact Hours

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed creative arts therapists #CAT-0003. Continuing education Live In-Person contact hours: 6


NYSED PSY CEs/Contact Hours

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0062. Continuing education Live In-Person contact hours: 6


ASWB ACE approved continuing education

University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education, #1773, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. University at Buffalo School of Social Work, Office of Continuing Education maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 02/23/2022 - 02/23/2023. Social workers completing this course receive 6 continuing education credits.


UBSW - NYS OASAS

NYS OASAS Provider #0045: 6 hours for CPP & CPS Initial Section 1; CASAC, CPP & CPS Renewal



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Trainer

Francyne Zelster, PsyD's Profile

Francyne Zelster, PsyD Related seminars and products


Dr. Francyne Zeltser is a New York State Licensed Psychologist. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Binghamton University and completed her graduate degree at St. John’s University. Dr. Zeltser is the Clinical Director of Psychology, Training & Special Projects at Manhattan Psychology Group, as well as a child, adolescent and adult psychologist, certified school psychologist, adjunct professor and mother of two.

Dr. Zeltser provides cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and parent management training (PMT). Her primary specializations are in child and adolescent development, behavior management, family counseling, educational interventions, psychological and educational assessment, effective parenting strategies, consultation, and educational advocacy. The focus of her clinical practice includes, treatment of ADHD, anxiety, and depressive disorders, conduct and disruptive disorders, family therapy, psychological testing and school-related behaviors.

Dr. Zeltser promotes a supportive, problem-solving approach where her patients learn adaptive strategies to manage challenges and work toward achieving both short-and-long term goals. She helps patients navigate a variety of challenges such as how to improve focus, social skills, time management, reduce negative emotions, build a growth mindset, resolve conflict, and get organized. Her integrative approach enables her to provide high quality, Evidence-Based treatments to address the diverse and unique needs of her patients.


Ariel Kornblum, PsyD, BCBA, LBA's Profile

Ariel Kornblum, PsyD, BCBA, LBA Related seminars and products


Dr. Ariel Kornblum is a New York State Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Behavior Analyst. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from The George Washington University, and completed her graduate degree at St. John’s University. Dr. Kornblum is the Clinical Director of Behavioral and Educational Services at MPG, as well as a child/adolescent psychologist and a former Assistant Director at Big Apple Day Program.

Dr. Kornblum provides cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), behavioral parent management training (PMT), school/teacher consultations, executive function coaching, as well as applied behavior analysis (ABA). Areas of expertise include behavior management, school refusal, social skills challenges, as well as treatment of anxiety and depression. Dr. Kornblum additionally works closely with families to navigate behavioral challenges associated with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Dr. Kornblum approaches treatment from a collaborative perspective, and works closely with parents and caregivers, school teams, as well as outside providers to ensure consistency and integrity. She also provides in the moment parent coaching, and home-based treatment to further support treatment goals. Dr. Kornblum employs Evidence-Based treatments to facilitate long term positive change.


Completion Requirements

No partial credit is given for partial attendance.

In-Person Completion Requirements

In order to receive a certificate of completion for this course participants must complete the following.

Please note all requirements can be found in your UBCE21 portal.

 - Sign in, stay for the entire training, and sign out. Participation in small group activities is required.

 - After the training, complete the evaluation by clicking on the "Evaluation and Certificate" button for this course.

The certificate of completion will be immediately generated in your account upon completion of all course requirements. Certificates may be downloaded, printed, or left in your account.

OMH Cancellation Policy

Please notify us by email at least five business days before the scheduled training for anticipated cancellations.  All emergency cancellations must also be reported by email.  Contact us at sw-ebp@buffalo.edu.

Agenda

9:00-9:30 - Introductions and overview (30 minutes)

9:30-10:30

Part I: Childhood disorders and diagnoses (1 hour)

  • Participants will receive psychoeducation on childhood disorders and diagnoses, (i.e., Anxiety, Depression, Autism, Behavioral Issues, ADHD, OCD and learning issues) often encountered by pediatric clinicians in their offices.
  • Formulate ways to collaborate with collateral caregivers (e.g., teachers, clinicians) to improve family functioning inside and outside the home.
  • Attendees will learn general tools and strategies to apply to specific diagnoses and challenges.

10:30-11:00 - Break (up to 30 minutes)

11:00-1:00

Part II: Parent skills topics (2 hours)

  • This section will cover parent skills topics such as: Effective parenting styles; How to set up home routines that promote independence; Problem-solving everyday family conflicts; How to navigate picky eaters, potty training and power struggles; and How to appropriately praise children.
  • Participants will learn to recognize and understand different types of parenting styles.
  • Learn how to engage family in treatment of the child in a way that increases their self-esteem; decreases anxiety, anger or frustration; improves the adult-child bond; and increases positive behavior.
  • Role-play how to demonstrate the ability to offer training, support and resources to parents and caregivers.

1:00-2:00 - Lunch (up to an hour)

2:00-4:00

Part III: Evidence-based practices (2 hours)

  • Evidence-based parent training practices [including Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and Parent Management Training] allow clinicians to educate and empower parents, thereby improving the family’s overall functioning. PCIT and PMT engage the parents in treatment of the child and teach them skills or “parenting tools” without making it seem like the parents need “fixing”. These parent training models are effective in increasing parental engagement and reducing parental resistance, providing the education and skills needed for parents to be better able to help their child.
  • Participants will learn to differentiate between traditional functional family therapy and Evidence-Based parent skills training.
  • Employ concrete skills that can be used to support parents’ responsiveness to their child’s behavior.
  • Analyze better ways of responding to difficult situations including treatment resistant parents and families.

4:00-4:30 - Q&A (30 minutes)

Location

Genesee Community College – Conable Technology Building

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1 College Road, Batavia, New York 14120, United States

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