In today’s clinical practice, issues around family cohesion become paramount. Families impacted by kinship care, divorce or single parents that find new partners often have to manage the hurdle of creating new family systems that work. This workshop endeavors to explore dynamics particular to blended families and will provide strategies on how to address these concerns effectively.
What You Will Learn:
- Participants will develop realistic goals and strategies for blended families.
- Participants will be able to identify various dynamics and characteristics of blended families
- Participants will identify and analyze the inter-complexities of the various relationships within the blended family
- Participants will discuss, develop, and impliment an archive of available community resources that cater to blended families
- Participants will explore statistical trends of families in the U.S.
About the Trainer
Seante Hatcher, LCSW-C
Ms. Hatcher is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a BA from Wilberforce University and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of South Carolina.
She has developed and implemented plans to strengthen partnerships with community agencies that work with young people. She is an experienced supervisor and trainer who servers as The Stone Foundation’s Training Coordinator.
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Towson, MD 21204