Training

Many of the trainings can be conducted in a 2 – 3 hour period. Cost is based on a sliding scale of the group requesting the training. Trainings with a • were created or co-created by KPFC staff/youth/volunteers. Trainings with ° are trainings that were created for public use by varying agencies.

Adolescent Issues

Using Maslow’s hierarchical of needs, this workshop will discuss the changes in children as they become teens: biological, psychological and sociological. We will also discuss strategies for staying connected to your teen. A training session intended for parents of school-age children and teenagers. This session lasts 2-3 hours and is available upon request.

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Advocating for My Child

Parents will learn how to advocate in a way that builds bridges instead of burning bridges. Open to parents of young children, school-age children, teenagers and transitional age teens, this workshop runs 2-3 hours when requested.  

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Annual Youth/Parent Conference

This weekend-long conference provides learning and networking opportunities for teens and young adults with behavioral health challenges and their parents.  Workshops often focus on current issues (such as bullying), advocacy, leadership, healthy transitioning to adulthood, symptoms and medications, etc. Teens and young adults (13-26) with behavioral health challenges and their parents are invited to attend. […]

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Baby Love (FAS)

Baby Love focuses on children born with fetal alcohol effects/syndrome. This workshop is geared towards parents with young children through young adult children. Providers (teachers, foster parents, etc) are also welcome. Workshop is available when requested.

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Becoming a Love and Logic Parent

“The Love and Logic Institute is dedicated to making parenting   and teaching fun and rewarding, instead of stressful and chaotic.  L & L provides practical tools and techniques that help adults achieve respectful, healthy relationships with their children.” Love and Logic is a nationally-recognized curriculum that benefits parents with children of any age with or […]

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Becoming an Effective Trainer

Anyone can become a trainer if they are willing to take the risk and learn how to train and facilitate effectively. A course for anyone sixteen years or older who would like to become a trainer. This two day training session is open to 15-30 participants and can e provided by KPFC upon request, fee […]

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Coaching Outside of the Box

A highly skilled leader can learn to become an effective coach who is able to assist others in building their own strengths and skills. This training uses the Leadership Practices Inventory, Motivational Interviewing, Value Claiming, and other techniques for helping strong leaders become phenomenal coaches! Leaders (parents and/or professionals) that have strong leadership skills within […]

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Creating a Family- Driven and Youth-Guided System of Care

What are families and teens role in partnering with the professionals that serve them and their family? This training focuses on why and how parents and teens should participate at the individual level, program level, and the system level. We also discuss what a “system of care” is and how they can make a difference […]

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Early Childhood Family Conference

Young children (0-5) can have social, emotional delays and behavior challenges.  This conference provides a learning and networking opportunity for these families to gather information specifically about services for little ones. Parents who are raising children between birth to five years old that have social and/or emotional delays and their childrenare ideal for this conference. Open […]

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Educational Advocacy

This workshop focuses on special education law, rights, IEPs and 504 plans.  Advocacy strategies at each step of the special education process are discussed. Parents of school-age children, teenagers and young adults, as well as IMPACT service coordinators are encouraged to attend this training. Lasting 2-3 hours, it is available upon request.

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