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Psychological Safety: A Pathway to Resilience

January 4 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Georgia State University Child Welfare Training Collaborative is presenting “Psychological Safety: A Pathway to Resilience” on Thursday, January 4, 2024 from 9:00AM-12:30PM. This is a virtual training opportunity.

In this course, participants will explore the concept of psychological safety as a pathway to building resilience in children. Participants examine their role in building a culture of psychological safety for the children and families they serve. Additional emphasis is placed on creating psychological safety in the context of traumatic experiences.

About the instructor:
Liz Gallaspy is a Social Worker with over 28 years of experience in Child Welfare and Inpatient Psychiatric Treatment. She has been with Georgia State University Professional Excellence Program for over 10 years. She received her MSW from the University of Michigan and her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Mississippi Valley State University. She had her own Adoption and Foster Care Agency geared towards special need adoption. She works part-time at an inpatient psychiatric dual diagnosis facility where she provides family sessions, psychosocial assessments, process groups, individual sessions, and outpatient substance abuse interventions. Liz also finds joy in being a mother to her two young adult men.

Click here for registration.

CEUs: Hours – 3: 

This training is approved for three hours of continuing education for core social work, related licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, DECAL/Bright from the Start, family violence intervention specialists (FVIP), POST, Babies Can’t Wait Project SCEIs in Area 1 Children and Famlies-Birth to 8, and nursing.

Questions? Email cwtc@gsu.edu or call 470-279-1785.