*Please note this webinar has been
rescheduled to September 15*
Webinar Provided by CYC Net in partnership with ACRC
**all proceeds go to CYC Net**
$20 Registration Fee ACRC Members
$40 Registration Fee Non-Members
$150 'All In' Staff Rate (ACRC Members)
$250 'All In' Staff Rate (Non-Members)
*The 'all in' staff rate allows all staff, volunteers, board members and foster parents of your organization to register.
Understanding the Complex Thinking Required by Child and Youth Care Practitioners Who Function in the Life Space of Young People and Families
Thursday, September 15th ~ 10 - 11:30 am CDT
CYC life space practice can seem simple and unsophisticated to untrained people and professional colleagues who are not CYC informed. Daily events like eating and play, getting out of and into bed, caring about the future, and being considerate of others are serious challenges for people who have experienced abuse and neglect. The life logic used to navigate daily living may be very different for the worker and the young people and families we serve. This session will explore the complexity of utilizing life space moments to support people to be more successful in their lives.
Jack Phelan, MAFaculty Emeritus, MacEwan University
Jack Phelan is a faculty emeritus at MacEwan University in the CYC degree program. Jack has authored two books on CYC practice, one focusing on supervision. He has contributed chapters to over 10 books, has published articles in over 25 journals and is a regular columnist for CYC OnLine. Jack is a speaker at National and International CYC Conferences and has been an officer in CYC professional associations in both New York and Alberta.
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