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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.*
What Does it Mean to Flourish?Key Components of the Person Brain Model
Thursday, January 26, 2023
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT
*This webinar is rescheduled from November*
In this Webinar we will explore some key components of Dr. Paul Baker's Person Brain Model specifically the four elements of flourishing and the six reimbursement domains to highlight how an awareness of these concepts can enhance the way we practice, engage, supervise, and support our children, youth, families, and each other.
Kerri HayleyRegional Manager, Labrador, Amal Youth and Family Centre; CA
Kerri has worked in the field of child and youth care since 2006. She is presently Amal’s Regional Manager for Labrador. Kerri is a certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor and a trainer for The Person Brain Model, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), and Trauma. Kerri previously worked as an instructor in the child and youth care diploma program at Eastern College, and as a classification officer with the Department of Justice. Kerri has also recently been appointed to the Criminal Code Mental Disorder Review Board. Kerri is a Certified Canadian counsellor and has 9 years of clinical counselling experience. She operates from a cognitive behavioral, trauma informed and strengths-based approach. Kerri also has training and clinical experience in Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.
Manager of Family Engagement, Amal Youth and Family Centre; CA
Lesley Goodyear has worked in the child and youth care field for the past 17 plus years. She is currently the Manager of Family Engagement with Amal Youth and Family Centre. Lesley is known for her passion and commitment to working with families and is currently helping to develop a provincial intensive family engagement service within the Amal organization. She has worked within a variety of areas in the Child and Youth Care field including: Out of home care, family support, and out of home treatment, as well as providing family-based care to children in her own home. Lesley also has an extensive background in teaching both Child and Youth Care and Psychology at the post-secondary level. She is currently a facilitator of Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) training, a trainer of the Person Brain model and an avid student of developmental and growth culture practice.
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