May 2, 2019
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Community Door Boardroom – Brampton
Unit 601 - 7700 Hurontario Street
Caregivers and staff working with youth who present with complex mental health issues often struggle to understand a multitude of diagnoses, and effectively deal with challenging behaviour.
The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) framework is an evidence-based components model which provides a guide to planning treatment and intervention for youth and families impacted by early adversity. ARC targets core issues that are at the root of many challenges.
This training explores evidence-based models of intervention that align with the ARC framework components, drawing on a broad range of both formal and informal resources, customized to address the unique needs of youth and families. Options for evaluating the impact of intervention are also reviewed.
This training is ideal for individuals and/or agencies that have the ARC training and/or are interested in exploring possible applications of the model.