- November 9, 2019
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Making Interpersonal Connections with Tech-Savvy Teens
Joanna Jullien, CEO Core Connectivity
On November 9, 2019, from 9:30 a.m. to 12 Noon.
Immediately following the workshop, all participants are invited to our Holiday Celebration Lunch from 12 to 1 p.m.
The traditional models of parenting emphasize power and control in the parent-child bond as parent-centric authority (i.e., authoritative, authoritarian, permissive and attachment), and skill-based models such as pro-social and positive discipline to influence behavior. Members will learn about a new parenting authority paradigm that recognizes tech-savvy youth have the same powers of self-determination as adults essential to establish authentic connection, and tools to empower teens to embrace discipline to regulate technology use. This training refers to the neurobiology of addiction and treatment and recovery, the principles of trauma-informed care and post-trauma growth, and mindfulness science associated with resilience.
Over the past 15 years, Joanna has served the community as a youth substance abuse prevention strategist and as a parenting and family life coach and educator. She is a former technology executive trained in behavioral science at U.C. Berkeley, a mother of two grown sons, and an author of books for practical guidance on parenting, growing up, and family life in the network culture. As a family and technology culture advisor, Joanna delivers trainings and workshops to schools, churches, and professional associations; publishes insights for parenting in a cyberpowered world through the Core Connectivity newsletter and website; and has appeared on 103.9FM The Fish, 710AM Keeping Faith in America, 1380AM The Answer, and Examiner.com.
As a result of this training, clinicians will embrace a new parenting paradigm that recognizes parents and children are in charge of themselves and must learn how to collaborate in order to overcome behavioral health issues and adversity.
- understand how the insights and tools associated with this paradigm shift can help parents strengthen their relationship with teens living media-centric lives, and
- prepare the participants to educate parents as to how they can support treatment and improve wellness outcomes for teen clients.
After the workshop, participants will be able to:
- Explain how social media has conditioned us and our children for authority as a relational experience.
- Summarize the “relational model of authority” for parenting tech-savvy youth.
- Identify the elements of family culture as tools for collaboration.
- Demonstrate to parents how to create house rules that foster open communication and build trust.
This is an introductory workshop and is appropriate for licensed and pre-licensed as well as graduate students and trainees.
This presentation will award 2 CEUs or 2 Attendance Hours
Member of any CAMFT Chapter
Not a member of any CAMFT Chapter
Early registration closes on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, at 6 p.m. Refunds may be provided to registrants prior to the close of registration, minus a $5 refund fee. No refunds provided are after the close of registration. No partial credit for arriving late or leaving early.
Award of Course Completion Certificates:
Attendees will receive a Certificate for 2 CEUs or a Certificate for 2 hours of Attendance at the end of the course and upon completion of course evaluation.
DIRECTIONS: (Using your GPS or Mapquest may cause problems)
Canyon View Community Center
471 Maidu Drive
Auburn, CA 95603
Going East on I80 from Roseville, Rocklin, etc., take the Grass Valley Highway exit. Turn right at the light, which is Highway 49 South. Go to Lincoln Way and take a right. Go to next stoplight, which is Auburn-Folsom Road, and take a left. Continue through several stoplights (approximately 1.5 miles).
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Going West on I 80 from Colfax, etc., take the Elm Avenue exit. Get into the left turn lane immediately and turn onto Elm Avenue. Continue on Elm Avenue and turn left onto Grass Valley Highway. Continue on Grass Valley Highway to Lincoln Way and take a right. Go to next stoplight, which is Auburn-Folsom Road and take a left. Continue through several stoplights (approximately 1.5 miles). ****SEE BELOW FOR MORE DIRECTIONS
Going South on Highway 49 from Nevada City, Grass Valley, etc., take a right at Lincoln Way. Go to next stoplight, which is Auburn-Folsom Road, and take a left. Continue through several stoplights (approximately 1.5 miles). ****SEE BELOW FOR MORE DIRECTIONS
****Turn left onto Maidu Drive. Continue on Maidu Drive through several stop signs for about 1.2 miles, at which point Maidu Drive curves sharply to the left. (If you reach a green gate, you've gone too far.) There is no sign on this part of the road, is rough with some potholes, and goes uphill. Continue for about 0.2 miles. Canyon View Community Center is on the right and is a light yellow/tannish building with green trim. There will be the Sierra Foothills CAMFT poster on the door.
Accommodation for disability, grievance and/or questions, please contact Dianne Murden via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text (530) 305 2066. Also, please let her know if there is a problem during the workshop.
Sierra Foothills of CAMFT is approved by California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT, LCSW, LPCC, and LEP as well as non-licensed AMFT, ASW, APCC, graduate students and trainees. SFC CAMFT Provider # is 97723.
This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. This course also meets the qualifications for 2 hours of attendance credit for Associate Marriage and Family Therapists (AMFT), Associate Social Workers (ASW), Associate Professional Clinical Counselors (APCC), trainees and graduate students as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
All members are welcome to join the Board of Directors meeting. The next meeting is at the training site the day of the workshop from 8 to 9 a.m. Please let us know if you plan to attend by emailing Dianne Murden at email@example.com.