Protective Factors and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Meeting Families with Hope and Healing
This training was presented on
June 20, 2023
*Training certificates are only available following live trainings or completion of self-paced courses. A certificate will not be provided for review of these materials.
As ACEs screening becomes more widespread, providers may lack knowledge about engaging families in the screening process in a way that supports healing within a data-informed framework. The Five Protective Factors model addresses this knowledge gap in a strength-based way that supports providers in making data-informed decisions about services and treatment.
Learners will be able to:
- Understand and discuss the proposed relationship between ACEs screening and the Five Protective Factors framework.
- Practice responding to families’ needs from a strengths-based, data-informed Protective Factors approach.
- Generate ideas for how the Five Protective Factors framework can be integrated into their practice setting.
Who should attend: All staff of family resource center (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), and other child and family-serving organizations.
IMPORTANT TRAINING INFORMATION:
- This is a webinar-style training. This means that you will not be on camera and will not be able to see other learners. This training will not include breakout rooms. Opportunities to interact with the presenter(s) and other participants will be included.
- This training will be recorded. The recording will be available to registered learners within 2 days of the training.
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Training Materials & Resources:
- Presentation Slides (1/page)
- Presentation Slides (3/page)
- Creating a Child & Family Well-Being System: A Paradigm Shift from Mandated Reporting to Community Supporting (Safe & Sound)
- The Economics of Abuse: California & its Counties (Safe & Sound)
- Protective Factors Surveys (FRIENDS)
- Parents’ Assessment of Protective Factors (PAPF): User Guide and Technical Report (CSSP)
- Vignette: Barbara Morgan
- Addressing Economic Hardship Key to Preventing Child Welfare System Involvement (Chapin Hall)
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Katie Albright joined Safe & Sound in 2007, when it was named the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. Her prior experiences include SF Deputy City Attorney representing our public schools; SF Education Fund Policy Director leading a campaign to improve teacher quality and increase student retention; and, Preschool California Co-Director of Policy & Outreach campaigning statewide for universal preschool. Prior to serving as an associate at Latham & Watkins and clerking for the US District Court in Maryland, she co-founded and taught in the Kayole-Gitau Nursery School & Community Center in Nairobi, Kenya.
Katie actively serves on local and national, non-profit and government boards and commissions. She received an Ascend Fellowship from The Aspen Institute and Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship at Stanford University. Katie graduated with honors from Georgetown University Law Center and Williams College.
KATIE ALBRIGHT, JD
Safe & Sound