Instructor: Amanda R. Koon, MHS, Program Coordinator II, SCDSS
Objective 1: Understand a child enters foster care with a unique history.
Objective 2: Understand trauma and it's effects on children in foster care.
Objective 3: Identify trauma and help your child begin the healing process.
Amy Moseley works as a Prevention Training Specialist at Children’s Trust of South Carolina where she coordinates and supports key activities for evidenced-based training and technical assistance throughout the state addressing issues relative to the prevention of child abuse, neglect and unintentional injuries and coordinates the Safe Sleep Coalition activities for the state. She has a bachelor’s degree in Counseling and Bible from Southern Methodist College and a master’s degree in Counseling from Trevecca Nazerene University and has served children and families in South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Tennessee through direct service and program management in the fields of foster care, sexual assault, and disability. Most recently, Amy served as the Clinical Director at Hope Clinic for Women in Nashville coordinating programs in prevention, pregnancy and parenting, counseling, and medical care.
Dr. Cheri Shapiro is Interim Director of the Institute for Families in Society. A Research Associate Professor, she joined the faculty of the Institute in 2011. Dr. Shapiro was trained as a clinical psychologist and has spent her career in direct service, state government, and university-based clinical practice and research settings. An accomplished researcher, the focus of her work has been the dissemination of evidence-based practice at the policy, system, community, and family level.
The goal of this presentation is to teach the community how to best utilize High Fidelity Wraparound when partnering with South Carolina’s youth and families and show how wraparound fits into the Palmetto Coordinated System of Care (PCSC).
- Doreen S. Marshall, PhD - Senior Director of Education and Prevention, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- The Ripple-Effect of Abuse Rebecca Williams-Agee Rwilliamsemail@example.com SC Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA)