This four day training is designed to introduce the concepts of the Wraparound process and elements of the core practice model that provide the foundational tools for high fidelity Wraparound. The Wraparound Basic Training is divided into 8, half-day modules. The modules are:
You will learn the key elements that set the foundation for working with children and families partnering with families and guiding a planning process. Topics include:
Learn the basics of teaming and how to use flex funds in a way that promotes independence for a family and not dependence. Topics include:
This module provides a foundational framework for identifying, understanding and responding to the various types of trauma experienced by the Wraparound youth and family members. Topics include:
This module focuses on the Child & Family Specialist and their work as families move through the Wraparound process; ways to introduce a Child & Family Specialist into the process, how to use their time and skills effectively and the importance of team decision making for CFS actions. Topics include:
This training will teach you the skills needed to be a neutral leader in the Wraparound process. You will learn how to orchestrate planning so all parties at the table are invested in the process and in the plan, while keeping the children and families in the forefront. You will also learn how to be a diplomatic mediator and crisis manager while still maintaining a strength-based philosophy. Topics include:
This training module will provide information and ways for staff and caregivers to create effective and supportive homes and services environments for LGBTQ youth. The training will focus on the importance of language; Understanding the Coming-Out process; Health outcomes; and how accepting actions can create a positive impact in a LGBTQ+ Youth's life.
*Meets the requirements for 3 hours toward the LA County Wraparound provider contract for didactic training. Also meets LA County requirements for 3 hours of CCR and Cultural Humility training.
In this session, participants learn how to understand the clinician's role within the Wraparound Team, incorporating Wraparound Principles and ethics along with Los Angeles County requirements. Topics include:
Learn the role of the Parent Partner and how to integrate them into the Wraparound process in a meaningful way. The training will also explore the cultural shift necessary at a public systems level and new ideas for parent professional partnership. Topics include: