This series of eight, 90-minute webinars provide child welfare professionals with an overview of the 3-5-7 Model® and explore the application of the 3-5-7 Model® practice approach in supporting grief and relationship building work. Webinars are delivered either weekly or bi-weekly followed by a series of 10 coaching sessions held monthly via video conferencing. Program cost is $6500
This two and a half day training session provides child welfare professionals with an overview of the 3-5-7 Model® and explores the application of the 3-5-7 Model® practice approach in supporting grief and relationship building work. In-person training is followed by a series of 10 coaching sessions held monthly via video conferencing. Travel costs for up to two facilitators are applied, including ground and/or air transportation and lodging. US General Services Administration meal per diem rates are also applied. Program cost is $10,000+travel and meal per diem.
Experiential group intervention for youth in out-of-home care or who are system-involved. Program materials guide a facilitated 10 session, closed group experience that provides opportunities for youth to do the work of grieving losses and rebuilding relationships. A 3-5-7 Model® Groups Program Manual is provided for facilitators.
A three-hour webinar session is provided with purchase to orient staff to the groups program materials. Coaching is available for purchase to support facilitators during their implementation of the program. Program cost is $3500 + Coaching Support $250 per hour (5 sessions recommended).
We support professional staff in the process of empowering children, youth, and families to grieve losses and build and rebuild.
Children, youth, and families experience healing within their relationships.
Each individual grows, heals, and develops a sense of self in their relationships.
Darla L. Henry is a Social Worker, Trainer, Teacher and Consultant with extensive knowledge and experience in the fields of child welfare, clinical practice, and education. With a mission to build a path toward healing and well-being for children, youth and families, Darla established and authored the 3-5-7 Model®, a practical approach to permanency. Her extensive knowledge comes from working with children and families in all aspects of public child welfare and private practice.
Stories of Hope & Healing for Children, Youth and Families.By DARLA L. HENRY, PhD, MSW WITH CONTRIBUTIONS BY: Celia Anthony, Kristie Esquivel, Laura Hutchinson, Lacy Kendrick, Garry Krentz, Angela Look, Tammy Lundgren, Lynn Radcliff Macadangdang, Gregory Manning, Tina Moore, Marta Smith, Carol Steffen, Lorraine Viade, Stephanie Wolfe
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“This model truly helps to bring the field of social work back to where it needs to be – directly with the family. But further, it now includes the information, knowledge, tangible tools, and clarity of HOW to effectively help children – and families – to 'do the work'.”
“The 3-5-7 Model® has helped us shift our strategies from individual work with young people to family centered engagements.”
“Coaching sessions are very supportive and model a safe environment for case workers to learn and develop their skills. We all learn from the group coaching sessions.”
"I enjoyed the examples and real life experiences shared within the training that made the 3-5-7 Model® come to life. I looked forward to interacting with new co-workers from different perspectives and departments to learn more about how to incorporate the 3-5-7 Model® within our everyday work."
"Thank you so much, Darla! This was so informative!! It will help me so much in my interactions with our 9 year old :)"
"This was a very excellent message and we are glad we got to be a part of it. I love the story telling ideas."
"The ideas of the 3-5-7 Model® were so encouraging to me as a foster and adoptive Mom! Thanks! Have you written a book? If not, START! lol! Thanks Again!"
"Darla, thank you so much for choosing to share your learnings with us."
"The 3-5-7 Model® is effective in helping me guide youth toward their goals."
"I really enjoyed the breakout about discussing tough issues. It really provided me with a "light bulb" moment and the various reactions children may have, along with the importance of keeping the discussions going. Conversations like these can be hard because we want to protect children and keep them from hurt but we know that life throws us different things, especially children who have had to come into foster care."
"I learn something new each training and Darla Henry is amazing!"
"This training seems to be a good model for the children we work with."
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