ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDERS
Randi Hankins, CSW, CMHS
Randi Hankins is an Associate Professor of Clinical Social Work in the Masters of Social Work program at Walla Walla College. She has worked in the community mental health system as a therapist and clinical director and has been a practicing County Designated Mental Health Professional for the past 28 years. She is a Certified Social Worker and is both a Child Mental Health Specialist and a Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Specialist. Her primary areas of clinical practice and expertise include sexually reactive children, adolescent disruptive behaviors, psychotropic medications, crisis intervention and suicide prevention.
Foster parents and relative caregivers are increasingly called upon to deal with Attention Deficit Disorder for children placed in care. This training will focus on hands-on techniques to circumvent, defuse, and redirect acting out behaviors to reduce conflict and drama, while increasing communication and cooperation within the home.
Don’t miss this excellent workshop!
When: Monday: March 19, 2012
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Where: Christian Life Center
1780 SE Lincoln Ave.
Port Orchard, WA. 98312
There is no charge for this training. Please do not bring children as NO child care is available. For special needs please contact RFTI Trainer 10 days prior to workshop.
To register contact Linda Falcocchio, RFTI Trainer at 253-983-6474 or 360-475-3586 or e-mail : Linda. Falcocchio@ dshs.wa.gov
or Lynne Welton, RFTI Trainer at 253-983-6435 or e-mail: Lynne.Welton @ dshs.wa.gov