Wed, Feb 24|
Repairing the Relationship with System Involved Youth after a Rupture
Time & Location
Feb 24, 2021, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
About the Event
By attending this course attendees will review the importance of repairing the relationship with a system involved youth and their family. This course will describe ruptures through recognizing, repairing and resolve the conflict. Attendees will discuss relationships and assess behaviors and building connections. The course will identify 3 ways to develop conflict resolution and respond to conflict. Attendees will practice questions asked after a rupture has occurred to support the support and repair a relationship. This course will provide a list of questions that can be utilized to ask someone who has been harmed from a rupture. During this course attendees will be provided with ways to respond to conflict that causes ruptures. This course provides a list of 6 responses to conflict. The course will assess motivation to repair a relationship after a rupture. Attendees will assess what is needed to prepare for a restorative talk with a peer or system-involved youth and their family. This course will list communication strategies and restorative questions. The course will describe the importance of creating an agreement to repair a relationship after a rupture. The material will be delivered by PowerPoint presentation, short video clips, group discussion, breakout (small group) discussions and participant workbook (handout).
- Identify 3 ways to develop conflict resolution and respond to conflict.
- Describe questions that can be asked after a rupture has occurred.
- Assess motivation to repair a relationship.
- Review communication strategies and restorative questions to utilize when working with system involved youth and families.
1:00pm – 1:15pm Welcome & Introductions
1:15pm – 1:30pm Agenda, Overview, Objectives and Learning Goals
1:30pm – 1:45pm Importance of repair relationships
1:45pm – 2:05pm Building relationships, conflict resolutions and responding to conflict
2:05pm – 2:15pm Practice reducing conflict
2:15pm – 2:30pm Break (CEUs will not be issued for this time)
2:30pm – 2:45pm Questions to ask when rupture has occurred
2:45pm – 3:05pm Ways to respond to conflict
3:05pm – 3:25pm Motivation and communication strategies
3:25pm – 3:45pm Creating an agreement for resolution
3:45pm – 4:00pm Questions/Answers, Evaluation, Closing
Meet Our Trainer
Marya Wright, MSW is registered Associate Clinical Social Worker with the Board of Behavioral Sciences working to obtain her LCSW. Marya is currently employed as a Child Welfare Worker II in the Dependency Investigation Unit. Marya is responsible for conducting investigations and making assessments based on the Welfare & Institutions Code section 300 regarding child abuse, neglect and exploitation based off clear and convincing evidence of risk to the child and on the legality of Court intervention.
As a graduate from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in social work, Marya focused on Child Welfare Services and Motivational Interviewing. Marya attended California State University, East Bay and graduated with a master’s degree in social work with a focus in Child Welfare Policy and research. Marya has conducted research in Child Sexual Exploitation and Foster Care. Marya is a lecturer at CSU, East Bay where she teaches in the Department of Sociology. Marya has been able to apply and build these skills across several leadership roles in both private and public sector organizations.
In addition to her leadership responsibilities, Marya has been responsible for training and facilitating, mentoring, coaching, recruitment and retention, consulting, program and curriculum development.
This course meets the qualifications for (2.75) BBS CEUs for LCSWs and MFTs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences & is provided by Fred Finch Youth Center, CAMFT Provider #045295.