Substance Use Disorders and Parenting: Supporting Caregiver-Child Interactions in Recovery

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  3. Jane Clarke, PhD.
  4. Substance Use Disorders and Parenting: Supporting Caregiver-Child Interactions in Recovery

Description

Explore the impact of substance use disorders on parenting, child development, and the early parent-child relationship. Supporting parental reflective functioning, addressing relational trauma, and improving coordinated social behaviors, to counter the impact and tip the balance from vulnerability to resilience.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

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3 Social Work CEU | 3.15 Length

Trainer:
Jane Clarke, PhD.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will be able to recognize how substance use disorders affect parenting.
  • Participants will be able to discuss how prenatal drug exposure and caregiver substance use affect child development.
  • Participants will learn how parental reflective functioning and coordinated social behavior have implications for intervention with substance use disorders.
  • Participants will be able to discuss how to support moment-to-moment caregiver-child interactions and promote resilience.

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