Intake and Orientation are critical elements required to provide safe supervised visitation. It begins the ongoing process of receiving and maintaining current and relevant information on the family. The intake interview can create provider-client rapport
Most of the children coming for supervised visitation services have experienced the separation and/or divorce of their parents. These children face many challenges and are affected in many ways.
This is a Four Hour series of Audio Trainings addressing Ethical Issues and SVN Standards Compliance. An excellent to gain foundational knowledge of what is expected of professional providers of supervised visitation.
Funding for non profit supervised visitation program is often a challenging proposition, to say the least! The goal of this workshop is to help you understand how to build your budget with a balanced approach, not relying on any one funding source.
Description: Supervised Visitation can occur in multiple settings, this training will address suggested safety protocols and procedures for providing supervised visitation in a non-traditional community setting, outside of a physical Supervised Visitation
Families using visitation need and deserve staff that are motivated, empathic and skilled. Have you found it difficult to find the right staff? Join Training Committee Members Jen Garst, Judy Newman and Deianna Tyree for a webinar on Recruiting, Interview
It is essential for supervised visitation providers to understand the dynamics of stalking in order to enhance the safety of victims of stalking and their children.