A team of not less than two instructors, one male and one female shall conduct the Impact on Children seminar. Instructors should be familiar with the required statutory provisions of parenting plans and have the following minimum credentials and experience:
An ability to work with other agencies as part of a collaborative program
Experience in providing a wide range of mental health services to children and families, with specific experience in the areas of separation / divorce, loss and grief and blended families
Extensive knowledge of child development, age appropriate expectations for children and positive parenting
Master's degree in social work, psychology or other related behavioral science
Strong oral communications skills
Substantial knowledge of the impact on children of alcohol / drug abuse by family members
Supervised experience in treatment of emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and their families
Changes in instructors shall not occur without approval by the judges' committee. Instructors may not solicit business during the seminar.
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