About This Training
With limited resources and short timelines, how do teams successfully build the collaboration, infrastructure and trust necessary to best serve children and families involved in child maltreatment reports?
Explore these concepts at an upcoming training for multidisciplinary team members in the Redwood County area. The training will provide an overview of considerations for teams and professionals responding to allegations of child abuse.
This training is reserved for professionals working on a multidisciplinary team responding to allegations of child maltreatment in the Redwood County area. If you have questions, contact Rachel Johnson, Program Director at the Alliance.
- Dynamics of child abuse
- Gathering minimal facts in the field
- Guidance for first responders/frontline professionals responding to child abuse disclosures in the field
- An overview of the forensic interview process and considerations for preparing the child and family
- The role of the forensic interview monitor team