Mon, Oct 18 | Webinar

Trauma and Attachment on African American Children that are Placed in Foster Care

Licensed therapist Tammera Bibbins will focus on trauma and its impact on African American children that are placed in foster care.
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Trauma and Attachment on African American Children that are Placed in Foster Care

Time & Location

Oct 18, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM CDT
Webinar

About The Event

Women in the NAACP presents a 4-part series on Recruitment and Retention of Foster Parents:

In this series, prospective and current foster parents will take part in a virtual learning environment on key issues that impact the success of African American children that are involved in child welfare. 

In this second session, Licensed therapist Tammera Bibbins will focus on trauma and its impact on African American children that are placed in foster care.  Participants will have the opportunity to gain information on the following:

Definition of “kinship placement” and its origins 

• Gain a basic understanding of trauma, its effect on the body, emotions, and behavior

• Gain an understanding of attachment trauma

• Provide understanding for the concept of foster parents as healers

• Gain understanding of the needs of caregivers of children

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