Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Recognize their own thoughts and feelings when witnessing troubled parent-child interactions.
2. Identify a range of interventions designed to support positive parent-child interactions and intervene in
troubled parent-child interactions.
3. Demonstrate responding to parents who are engaged in potentially harmful parent-child interactions.
4. Explain the legal and psychological definitions of child abuse and neglect.
Core Knowledge Competencies
Design and apply multiple strategies to involve families in the program, including, but not limited to, conferences, parent handbooks, group activities, and community events. D3.6 C3
Communicate and document the importance of involving families in the program and implement a variety of methods to achieve inclusion of families within program operations and practices.D3.6 C2