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

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  3. 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, have the potential to counter the impact and tip the balance from vulnerability to resilience.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

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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