The training day is typically eight hours, with a one-hour lunch break and two 15-minute breaks. Trainings use a variety of learning methods, including presentation, small and large group discussion, role-playing and problem-solving exercises.
Your training doesn’t stop in the classroom. Once the training is over, our training staff is still available to you for consultation, coaching, technical assistance and follow-up so that you can truly apply and practice what you learned.
We train on the following models or approaches:
Explain family group decision making to your community.
Get started with the basics of implementing family group decision making.
Learn all the necessary preparations to make family group decision making go well.
Make sure the referring worker is comfortable with and fully understands his or her role.
You can successfully include all children in family group decision making.
You can still hold effective family group decision making meetings when domestic violence is a factor.
Learn how to deal with challenging family issues in family group decision making.
Ensure permanency for unconnected youth through FGDM.
Learn how to keep your own emotions from getting in the way.
Don’t let family conflict derail family group decision making.
We work with your agency to personalize trainings to your needs and environment.
Contact us for information on how to bring training to your area.