This training will introduce participants to the basic elements of the NTU approach and through a didactic and experiential delivery, show its application to family systems work. Participants will learn the foundational elements of NTU philosophy, including the principles, characteristics, and assumptions. Additionally, the presenter will expose participants to the NTU phases that are the core of the family intervention process and parenting skill set.
About the Trainer
Maisha Davis, LGSW
Maisha Davis, a native of Baltimore, is driven by her passion for the thriving potential that exists within our communities. For fifteen years, she has shared key social work abilities with families, youth, communities, human services professionals, and organizations that serve vulnerable populations. Her experiences include working directly with children living with severe emotional trauma; young people who engage in risk behaviors from high-risk communities; and families and parents in need of supports and improved skills to stabilize and maintain their family units. Additionally, Ms. Davis has experience in community building and public policy, where she has worked with individuals, funders, private providers, and government agencies to mobilize resources and initiate changes necessary to improve the systems that directly affect the lives of families and children in our communities. In her current role, Ms. Davis manages program operations by developing leaders, arming them with critical tools needed to instill hope and promote healing.
10 West Burke Avenue
Towson, MD 21204