Service Planning and Delivery

Training in this behavior of the ICPM will help participants to work with the family and their team to build a plan focused on changing behaviors that led to the circumstances that brought the family to the attention of the child welfare agency, as well as assist the child, youth, young adult and family with safety, trauma, healing and permanency.

Courses Available But Not Currently Scheduled

Course Title
Adolescent Class Series
Advanced Analytics for Child Welfare Administration
Advanced Analytics for Child Welfare Follow-up and Data Slam
Advanced Analytics Reunion: The Next Step Forward
Behaviorally-Based Case Plans
Coaching-Based Case Management: Coaching Clients
Commercially Sexual Exploited Children (CSEC 101)
Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC 102)
Cultivating Resilience and Well-Being
Domestic Violence: Maintaining Rigor When Partnering with Families
Educational Advocacy
Family Visitation for Children 0-5 in the Time of COVID-19: Learning Circle
ICPC Convening
Incarcerated Parents Prison Visit
Innovative Practice Symposium: Permanency
Introduction to Mental Health: Child Welfare Case Management Informed by the DSM 5
Providing Direct Services to Children and Families During a Crisis: Navigating Psychosocial Impacts of COVID-19
Psychotropic Medication in Foster Care
Safety Organized Approach to Domestic Violence: Perpetrator Engagement and Accountability
Sexual and Reproductive Wellness for Youth in Foster Care
SOP Approach to Domestic Violence: Partnering with the Survivor
SOP in the Courts
SOP Skills Lab: Behaviorally-Based Case Plans
Title IV-E Safety Organized Practice and Wraparound Learning Collaborative
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching - Quarterly Convening
Upping your Game with Visit Coaching - Regional Follow-Up
Visit Coaching: Enhancing Family Time
Visit Coaching: Enhancing Family Time with Focus on 0-3 Year-Olds
Visits: Family Time as a Key to Permanency
Working with Incarcerated Parents and their Children
Working with Traumatized Adults: Impacts Past/Present