Training Series Details
Series Title: WRAP 3-Day Series October 2021
Availability: Employees and Eligible Participants
Available spaces: None - Roster is full
Classes in Series:

10/14/2021 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Webinar - refer to the class description section for more information about how to participate.
[ Online ]
[ Online ], CA 94618

WRAP Series Day 2
10/19/2021 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Webinar - refer to the class description section for more information about how to participate.
[ Online ]
[ Online ], CA 94618

WRAP Series Day 3
10/27/2021 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Webinar - refer to the class description section for more information about how to participate.
[ Online ]
[ Online ], CA 94618
Trainers: Amy Love
Kim Mangarin
Michelle Hooker
Jennifer Blanza
Rebecca Fox
Shane Wallin
Series Description:

TRAINING SUMMARY & OBJECTIVES 


Day 1

 

Training Summary:  

 

Wraparound is an intensive, home-based service model that seeks to stabilize and sustain youth and their families in their communities. This comprehensive training seeks to establish the framework of this uniquely flexible model. Participants can expect to learn in-depth theory as well as have ample opportunity for practice by utilizing real case examples. Day one of the Wraparound training covers a general introduction to the Wraparound model (including the principles of Wraparound), the different roles in Wraparound, Unconditional Care, phases of Wrapround, and permanency/family team building. 

 

Class Objectives: What knowledge, ideas or skills will participants explore, learn, and practice etc. during the training.

 

Participants will: 

  • Learn what Wraparound is and how the service, in general, is provided to clients and their families. 

  • Be able to discuss their job role and have a clear concise way of introducing Wraparound and their role to a client, family, and other stake holder. 

  • Learn the three phases of Wraparound and be able to describe what, in general, happens in each phase/how each phase connects with each other. 

  • Be able to explain the 10 principles of Wraparound and how they apply to Wraparound. 

  • Learn the basics of connections, why it is important to Wraparound, and how to start the team building process. 

 

How can participants utilize their new skills and knowledge after the training to reinforce their learning? 

 

Participants will: 

  • Be given task to complete after the training to do in their work and will be expected to report on what they did at the next training session. 

  • Use their own clients as they go through the training to be able to apply what they are learning in the moment to their work. Participants will receive feedback in the training on how to better implement Wraparound for their clients. 


Day 2

  

Class Objectives: What knowledge, ideas or skills will participants explore, learn, and practice during the training.

 

Participants will: 

  • Learn about how safety/risk planning is used in Wraparound and the difference between the safety planning process vs. planning for crisis. 

  • Learn about how the Three Streams (ecological, behavioral, and relational) model is incorporated into Wraparound. 

  • Learn how to use a Why Wheel to help plan for safety and how this tool can be used in Wraparound in general. 

  • Learn about the basics of the Child and Family Team meeting process, how the meetings are run, how to plan for them, who should be present, and how to set/update the Wraparound Action Plan. 

  • Learn how to use the Collaborative Helping in Wraparound to plan the direction of services and how this tool relates to the treatment plan of care. 

 

 How can participants utilize their new skills and knowledge after the training to reinforce their learning?  

 

Participants will: 

  • Participants will practice using the Why Wheel to plan for safety and/or address another behavior. They will create action steps to address safety/risk concerns. 

  • Participants will utilize questions and strategies learned in the training to assess for risk and safety concerns.  

  • Participants will employ the Collaborative Helping Map when working with youth and families.   

  • Participants will role play a Child and Family Team meeting using the Wraparound Action Plan and/or the Collaborative Helping Map.


DAY 3

 


Class Objectives:  What knowledge, ideas or skills will participants explore, learn, and practice during the training.   

 

Participants will: 

  • Learn about facilitation in Wraparound and develop a basic understanding of facilitation skills and facilitation tools. 

  • Learn about how conflicts/tension can occur on a child and family team, how to anticipate it, and how to deescalate conflict and increase positive alignment. 

  • Will role play a child and family team meeting, reflect on the process, and discuss how to incorporate what they have learned over the three days in their work. 

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the transition phase, how to prepare for it, how to anticipate complication, and celebrate successes. 

 

How can participants utilize their new skills and knowledge after the training to reinforce their learning?  

 

Participants will: 

  • Take back to their supervision what they have learned to start to integrate their knew knowledge and skills into their work. 

  • Reflect on what they have learned and in supervision focus on areas they want to develop more skill around. 

  • Bring their new knowledge, tools, and skills to the clients they work with and evaluate with their supervisor/agency team how to improve their work. 


Attendance is required all 3 days.


For any questions E-mail Training@senecacenter.org