TRBI: Empowering Principles (Part 2)
This workshop will take a deeper look at empowering principles and their application to advocacy. Empowering Principles help children learn important skills like self-regulation. There are two types of Empowering strategies: Physiological Strategies, which focus on the internal physical needs of the child. These include things like hydration, blood sugar, and sensory needs. Ecological Strategies focus on the child’s external environment and guide children toward learning self-regulation skills. Ecological Strategies include things like transitions, scaffolding (guided support appropriate to a child’s level that facilitates learning), and daily rituals.
In this Zoom presentation, advocates will be able to:
- Identify the intervention of practical applications that can be used in their advocacy
- Gain a better understanding of the principles through children's behavior videos and proper interactions when that behavior arises.
Participants will receive 2 hours of continuing education credit.
Katelyn Wilee has been an Advocate Supervisor at CASA for Douglas County since 2018. Katelyn's career with CASA began in 2016 as the Advocate Supervisor for CASA of Plaquemines Parish in Louisiana. Prior to joining CASA, Katelyn spent six years at Boys Town Louisiana in New Orleans, working in several roles across the Integrated Continuum of Care. Katelyn holds a bachelor's in Children, Youth, and Family Studies and a master's in Clinical Counseling. She is a Darkness to Light Facilitator and a Trust-Based Relational Intervention Practitioner.