THIS COURSE WILL BE ACCESSIBLE FOR 14 DAYS
Goal of MFAF:
Helps in development of comprehensive understanding of a family’s strengths and areas of
Strengthen and deepen the team’s joining with family and individual family members
Strengths identified help the team to collaborate with the family in using concrete skills to forge
new family pattern and develop trauma and tragedy informed reframe
Identified areas of concerns which should be integrated into the treatment planning process
Identify additional supports that individual family members may need in order anchor and solidify change.
Tier 1: organize assessment around a three-factor family-based framework.
Tier 2: use reliability data to portray the family’s unique way of relating.
Tier 3: repeated measures assess change.
The information presented is considered accurate and built on peer reviewed literature and practice-based treatment intervention. The knowledge gained today by the participants will allow them to have a stronger contextual understanding of their identified and future patient. The individual course does not certify the participant a specific treatment approach. When engaging children, adolescents, adults and families in services it is important for practitioners to understand the ethical codes related to confidentiality and mandate reporting laws.