The Core Practice Model: Engaging Families

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The Core Practice Model: Engaging Families. Jarred Vermillion Manuel Lua LMFT. Objectives . Understand the effect of trauma on engagement of children/youth and families with professionals - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The Core Practice Model: Engaging Families

The Core Practice Model: Engaging FamiliesJarred VermillionManuel Lua LMFTObjectives Understand the effect of trauma on engagement of children/youth and families with professionals

Discuss ways to develop full partnership with children/youth and families in the Child and Family Team

Adjust engagement approaches so that they are sensitive and responsive to cultural differences

Assure family voice, choice, and preferences throughout the process

Your NeedsWhy did you Chose a Training on Engagement?One thing You Want To Walk Away with? Mental Models ?"The image of the world around us, which we carry in our head, is just a model. Nobody in his head imagines all the world, government or country. He has only selected concepts, and relationships between them, and uses those to represent the real system -Jay Wright ForresterMental Models Impact on Engagement The concepts, ideas, believes we carry in our heads about families will impact our relationship and our ability to engage and create facilitate HOPE

Mental Model Challenge What are the key bodily components required to drive a car? Engagement with Families. Starts With Our Mental ModelDriveMovie What Key Concepts Can We Learn From Richi When Engaging With Families Introduce self and share key concepts Todays Mental Model Family Engagement is..

Strength Based

Family Centered

Partnerships

What Do you see? Strength Based is.Creating Space for Compassion, Connection and Competence An approach and energy to discover/assess, increase and build on an individual or families strengths:Focus on the strengths vs solely deficit-based approach skills knowledgeexperiences positive qualities TalentsCharacteristics Tools: Skills for Strength Based

Family Centered is.ACTIVITY: Pair up and share, about a time when someone told you, how it was, what you should do and did not ask for your perspective. Please share with each other.

Tools: Skills for Family Centered

Family Centered Challenges traditional mental models of the who the client is.

Challenges traditional mental models of what a family is

Challenges traditional mental models of who can help..

Family Centered Activity If you were the clients Who would I have o get to know to know you

Who makes up your family

Who is/are the most helpful in your life

Partnership means.Service is Developed and Delivered in CollaborationPartnering beyond, FamilyYouthChildren's Mental Health Child WelfareFamily supports

Requires Teamwork:Shared Vision and BeliefsCommunicationTeam Decision Making Commitment

Partnership Activity Shared Vision and BeliefsCommunicationTeam Decision Making Commitment

Objective 1Effect of Trauma on Engagement of Children/Youth and Families with ProfessionalsWhat Is Trauma A serious injury or shock to the body, as from violence or an accident.

An emotional wound or shock that creates substantial, lasting damage to the psychological development of a person, often leading to neurosis.

An event or situation that causes great distress and disruptionTrauma Affects Brain FunctionAttainment of Developmental MilestonesSocial PerceptionsHealthEmotion and Behavior Relationships

Typical Response to Trauma Fight

Flight Describe a disengaged clientIn groups discuss the behaviors that impact YOUR relationship with your client?Fight behaviors?Flight behaviors? Multiple TransitionsMovie Trauma & THE SYSTEMGroup Questions

Can the System cause trauma?

What are typical symptoms associated to System Trauma

How is engagement impaired? Trauma-informed practice focuses upon what has happened to a child and his/her family rather than what is wrong with that child or family. It means using knowledge of trauma and recovery to design and deliver services.-Core Practice ModelTrauma Informed Care Elements National Child Traumatic Stress Network Child Welfare Committee Maximize physical and psychological safety for children and families Identify trauma-related needs of children and families Enhance child well-being and resilience Enhance family well-being and resilience Partner with youth and families Enhance the well-being and resilience of those working in the system Partner with child-serving agencies and systems

Objective 2Partnerships for Engagement Partnerships Creates Interconnectedness

Mental Model for Partnerships Acknowledge and Deconstruct Power Deferential and Hierarchy Narrative What s the traditional Mental Model regarding Hierarchy with the Clients we Serve? Who holds the PowerWho makes the decisionsWho's on tip of hierarchy?Whos on bottom

EDUCATIONJUVENILE PROBATION DEPTEDUCATION+ MENTAL HEALTHMENTAL HEALTHMENTAL HEALTH + JUVENILE PROBATION DEPTED+MH+JPDCHILD WELFARECHILD WELFARE + JPDYouth and Families ED+CW+JPDED+MH+CWEDUCATION+ CHILD WELFAREJPD+ MH+CW Deconstructing the Narrative Starts with Understanding the NarrativeTimelining the experience of the systemKey Timeline QuestionsPacing and Leading Pacing (Colombo Approach)

When did you first become involved?Can you tell me about the different people that attempted to help you? Who was helpful..who wasnt?What was the least helpful ?What was the most helpfulWhat was the hardest/most challenging part of your experience?

Key Timeline QuestionsPacing and Leading Leading (pay attention to key descriptors)

If you could do that part all over again (select any part of timeline) how should it been handled?What would have been more helpfulGiven youve gone through all this, what have you learned about yourself that would be helpful to meWhat do I need to know about working with you?If you were your own provider how would you approach working with you? Seeking the Transformative Statement What are we offering to families? CommoditiesProductsServicesExperiencesTransformations

Partnerships for Engagement Seek to understand their desired transformation not our assessed problem..

When ever possible, use their language.everywhere

Allow them to change goals as frequent as needed

CREATE A CULTURE WHERE FEEDBACK IS VALUED

Deconstructing the HierarchyNonjudgmental Communication Communication is the largest single factor determining what kinds of relationships she or he makes with others and what happens to each in the world-Virginia Satir Elements of CommunicationVirgnia Satir We bring our BodiesWe bring our ValuesWe bring our ExpectationsWe bring our Sense Organs-eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and skin We bring our Ability to Talk-How we Talk We bring our Brains/Knowledge

The Communication DanceVirginia Satir You are face to face with me. Your senses take in what I look like, how I sound, what I smell like, and, if you happened to touch me, how I feel to you. Your brain then reports what this means to you, calling on your past experiences, your book learning. Depending on your brain reports, you feel comfortable or uncomfortable, your body is loose or tight.

Meanwhile, I am going through something similar,. I too, see, hear, feel something, think something, have a past, and have values and expectations and my body is dong something.

Tips to Developing Partnerships Common Goals Developed Trust Clear Unity and Purpose Effective Conflict Management Inputs valued Roles are clear and able to flex Accountable to each other Shared Commitment Interconnectedness Movie Objective 3Engagement Approaches sensitive and responsive to cultural differencesIt is important to recognize how challenging the engagement process can be, particularly among minority cultures and families dealing with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorder.Cultural ConnectionsActivity: Thinking about the families we work with, as a group breakdown culture. Define and list the different types of culture.Discussion Big Ideas:

Youth Culture

Individualized Approach vs Cultural Assumptions

Awareness of our Culture

Engagement Styles and Skills Seeking to understand

Showing genuine interest

Creating opportunities for cross teaching Encouraging autonomy and transparency

Using your sensesSight Smell Touch Hear

Seeking strengths to defuse anger

Finding common Ground

What do you think about the color?

Also I want to have an activity for each of the topics-Jarred VermillionEngagement Approaches-CPMBe diligent in reaching out to children and families in ways that are welcoming, appropriate and comfortable for them.Model honest and respectful communication.Ensure that the child and family receive needed information, preparation, guidance, and support during their involvement with the child welfare and/or mental health systemsCommunicate regularly with team members and make sure each team member has the informations/he needs to make informed decisionsEncourage and support the participation of children and families in defining and/or determining their individual treatment and services. Ensure that they understand what is and is not in their control

Objective 4Voice and Choice for EngagementVoice and Choice isPrioritize and elicit family/youth voice and choice including: Choosing Supports, Services and ProvidersSetting GoalsDesigning and Implementing programs Monitoring Outcomes and Determining Effectiveness of all supports

Youth Voice: Engagement Styles (INSERT VIDEO)My video is coming together great 12 TAY foster youth, ill send it asap-Jarred Vermillion

Voice and Choice for EngagementTHANK YOU Please fill out evaluations and registration packets

Hearings continue every 6 months until dependency is dismissedStatusReviewHearingsChild Welfare SystemOut of Home Placement

Emergency: Home Visit Criminal Record Child Abuse IndexOngoing:Family Assessment6 MonthHearing(12 mos)PermanencyHearing(18 mos)PermanencyReviewHearingContinue FRContinue FRPermanency Alternative IdentifiedFamily ReunificationNo FRLong-TermFoster Care.26HearingTPR for Adoption or Order GuardianshipEnd FR

NOFamilyMaintenance ServicesReferral to CPS

Path 3 CPS respondsDetentionHearingChild Removed?Yes

Child ReturnedChild ReturnedDispo/JurisHearingsFRPath 2 w/CBOPath 1Refer to CBO Extended FC (AB 12)12