Far West Conference 2023
SOCIAL – Friday, May 5, 2023 – 6:00–9:00pm
ADULT AND TEEN CONFERENCE – Saturday May 6, 2023 – 8:30am–4:30pm
Foster Parents will earn 8 hours of training.
There will be door prizes.
Day care is provided.
Developmental Assets – 40 positive qualities that parents can bring into the lives of their children.
Neurodevelopmental Disorders – How genetic & environmental factors change brain development.
Normal versus Abnormal Sexual Behaviors
Darkness 2 Light – How to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse Part 1 & 2 (This is done over 2 workshops)
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) – ACEs and Resilience Skills to address them and learn how to overcome and reverse negative impacts of ACEs.
Human Trafficking – Definition of trafficking for youth and adults, misconceptions, different types of trafficking, where it is happening, potential signs someone is being trafficked, and how to support them.
Parenting After Trauma – Skills to help children and adolescents recover from past trauma, and the understanding to manage puzzling trauma-related behaviors.
Embracing an Attitude of Celebration – Journey to personal enrichment and resilience. Understanding and embracing an attitude of celebration in your life and celebrating what’s good and right with the world.
Substance Abuse/Misuse – (three-person panel) Marijuana, tobacco, vaping, underage drinking. Signs youth may have a substance abuse issue. How to talk to youth about alcohol. Risks of vaping.
Healthy Relationships and Domestic Violence Prevention – Power and control in relationships, types of relationship abuse, red flags, healthy communication, and boundary setting, impacts of domestic abuse on children, teen dating violence, and how to support survivors.
Far West Conference Registration
Complete this form to register for the Far West Conference on May 6-7, 2023.