Virtual Training with Randall Ramirez, LCSW, LMFT

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Virtual Training with Randall Ramirez, LCSW, LMFT

March 26 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

WHY ATTACHMENT DISORDERS LOOK, FEEL, AND RESPOND DIFFERENTLY THAN OTHER TRAUMA CONDITIONS

Children who have experienced continued disruption in the formation of primary attachments require a unique set of approaches that will often appear counter-intuitive to what most care providers feel is normal or comfortable for them. Primary caretakers and direct service providers often find themselves relying on the use of coercion or non-contingent restraints for attachment purposes due to frustration when the child does not respond to traditional methods. These techniques can actually be re-traumatizing of children, and work against positive engagement and bonding. This workshop will address the underlining developmental, neurorelational and psychosocial variables contributing to healthy attachment, while exploring what happens when there are disruptions in the process. Strength-based strategies for caretakers and direct care providers will be discussed and evidence-based models presented.

  •  Learners will review the historical evolution of attachment studies and what is currently known from a bio-psycho-social standpoint, as well as from a neurorelational foundation.
  •  Learners will understand the diagnostic distinctions between attachment disorders and other conditions that fall on the Stress and Trauma-related Conditions continuum.
  •  Learners will gain knowledge on strategies in helping the attachment-disordered child to heal and be able to form healthier relationships.
Trainer Bio: Randall Ramirez, LCSW, LMFT provides psychotherapy and behavioral management in Sacramento. He has 40+ years treating those impacted by a wide range of emotional disorders, health-related illness and toxic stress. Mr. Ramirez has taught as a professor for the School of Social Work at SJSU and in 2002, was awarded “Social Worker of the Year” by the Antelope Valley Unit of the National Association of Social Workers. He’s a husband, grandfather and an adoptive Dad.

Once you register for this virtual training, you will receive an email with the zoom joining details.

For virtual childcare during the training, please reach out to judy@helponechild.org for a one to one virtual volunteer match for your child with one of our vetted volunteers.  Your child will need a device.  Please reach out no later than five days prior.

Do you need a certificate for training credit for your continuing resource parent annual renewal?  Please email Judy Holmes judy@helponechild.org to request a certificate via email.  Make sure to include the date and title of the training you attended!

Details

Date:
March 26
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://helponechild.org/randall-ramirez

Venue

Virtual
CA United States
Phone:
6509171210

Organizer

Help One Child
Phone:
650-917-1210