Orchard Human Services, Inc.
Human Superpower of Attachment
To promote Self-Regulation, Socioemotional
Development, Positive Behavior, and Mental Health
6 CORE CE HOURS only $129
LPCA-GA APPROVAL #: 8839-0420M
For Mental Health Professionals
LPC, LAPC, LCSW, LMSW, LMFT, AMFT
2725 Charlestown Drive College Park, GA 30337
Some events may be held via live Zoom*
Dates of Training:
Saturday May 9, 2020 - 9am-5pm - Online Live Event Due To Coronavirus
Saturday June 22, 2020 - 9am-5pm - Online Live Event Due to Coronavirus
Saturday Sept 12, 2020 - 9am-5pm College Park [Unless Restricted to Zoom*]
Saturday Nov 7, 2020 - 9am-5pm College Park [Unless Restricted to Zoom*]
Learn to leverage the Human Super Power of Attachment to promote broad learning, growth & development of children and youth with complex and co-occurring disorders of Behavior, Development, Learning, and Mental Health.
Training is approved for 6 Core Continuing Education Hours by the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of GA [LPCA-GA]: APPROVAL #: 8839-0420M
Potentize treatment & intervention for children with history of Trauma, Abuse, Neglect; Emotional & Behavioral Disorder [EBD]; Attachment Disorder [RAD, DSED]; Attention & Focus issues; Dissociative Tendencies, DID; and/or Learning Problems.
Explore Brain-Based Strategies that Evoke a Neuroplastic Response to support learning, regulation, & normalization of behavior and cognition.
Case Studies explore children who overcame complex & co-occurring diagnoses through this comprehensive and evidence-based approach.
Taken from National Peer-Reviewed Presentations by Orchard's staff and colleagues from the National Youth at Risk Conference and the Council for Exceptional Children [CEC] as well as the Georgia Association for the Education of Young Children. The parent version of this training is approved by DFCS for Continuing Education credit for parents involved in Foster Care and Adoption.
Learn powerful therapeutic, developmental, and intervention strategies to promote learning, growth, and development of children impacted by complex or co-occurring disorders related to:
History of Trauma, Abuse, or Neglect
Interruption of Parent-Child Bonding
Loss of Parent or Change in Primary Placement
Involvement in CPS [Child Protective Services]
Adoptive or Foster Placement
Reactive Attachment Disorder [RAD]
Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder [DSED]
EBD – Emotional or Behavioral Disorder
Also included in the training are strategies to address children who also exhibit signs of some of the following challenges:
Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD
Sensory Processing Disorder
Increase Therapist Insight, Skill, Resources to help fragile children and youth overcome complex and co-occurring disorders of learning, behavior, development, mental health, attachment.
Identify At-Home and In-Session Brain-Based and Sensory-Loaded Strategies and Interventions to Evoke a Positive Neuroplastic Response of the Infant, Toddler, Child or Youth.
Develop Potent Therapist Framework to Collaborate, Train & Support Parents; Educators & Administrators [including IEP & Section 504 Planning]; and Human Services, Medical & Mental Health Professionals.
Program Developer and Presenter:
Darleen Claire Wodzenski, MS ESE, MA CMHC, QPPE, PhD, LPC, NCC
is the Director of Programs and Administration for Orchard Human Services, Inc. She is a certified teacher trainer through Georgia Bright from the Start; holds current credentials as a Special Education and Early Childhood Teacher; and an NCC Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor. Dr. Darleen offers direct services around the Metro Atlanta and Columbus areas including Marietta, Atlanta, Alpharetta, Milton, and College Park.
Director of Program Development and Administration for Orchard Human Services, Inc. is Dr. Darleen Claire Wodzenski, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Exceptional Student/Special Educator, and Developmental Interventionist whose life’s work has been working with children with disordered attachment development. Her doctoral program focused on a Universal Design for Intervention for Children and Youth with Complex and Co-Occurring Disorders of Development, Learning, Behavior, Attachment, and Mental Health … with a focus on habilitating children and youth with aberrant behavior resulting from early trauma, abuse, or neglect along with interrupting of primary parent-child bonding.
An adjunct faculty member at Nova Southeastern University’s Fischler College of Education and Criminal Justice, Dr. Darleen has presented components of this training at national and state conferences including the National Youth at Risk Conference, Council for Exceptional Children [CEC], and Georgia Association for the Education of Young Children [GAEYC]. A parent version of this training is approved for continuing education of foster and adoptive parents working with DFACS.
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Contact Orchard's Training Team at: DrSteve@OrchardHumanServices.org
Call us at: 770-686-0894