The Ten Pillars Underlying a Developmentally-Informed Parenting Plan
Course: The Ten Pillars Underlying a Developmentally-Informed Parenting Plan: Targeting data essential to better serve the child’s emerging needs
Instructor: Benjamin D. Garber, Ph.D.
Approved for 3.0 Hours of CE Credit
Fulfills Requirements for Psycholgists, MFTs, LCSWs, and Licensed Professional Counselors.
This course is designed for Full and Part-Time Private Practitioners, and Full and Part-Time Agency Employees
High Resolution Online Streaming Video Format Available
Crafting a child-centered parenting plan is a balancing act. Which variables are relevant? How should each variable be weighted in the larger scheme? Can the plan grow with the child’s emerging needs and skills? This training identifies ten specific “pillars” upon which every child-centered, developmentally-informed parenting plan should be built. Three of these focus on the quality of co-parenting (communication, cooperation, and consistency of parenting practices). Three focus on the quality of the parent-child relationships (attachment security, emotional maturity, and reciprocal alignment). The remaining four concern the child’s experience of transition between the parents’ care (transitional stresses, transitional objects, sibling support, and culture shock). The training ends with a discussion of how these ten variables, once assessed, can be balanced so as to serve the best interest of the child.
Course Goal and Objectives
- Identify the variables likely to be relevant to developing a child-centered, developmentally-informed parenting plan
- Recognize how co-parenting variables (communication, cooperation and consistency of parenting practices) bears on determining the child's schedule of care.
- Recognize how parent-child relationship variables (attachment security, emotional maturity, and reciprocal alignment) bear on determining the child's schedule of care
- Recognize how transitional variables (transitional stresses, transitional objects, sibling support, and culture shock) bear on determining the child's schedule of care.
- Assess these ten variables and recommend interventions best suited to remedy weaknesses in each.
- Balance these variables in the complex calculus that ultimately generates a parenting plan
Your access to the course material extends for 3-years from the date of purchase. This includes after passing the post-test, so you may continue to review its contents.