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Conferences and Trainings


Register now for our next Transracial/Transcultural Workshop, September 29th in Burlington. 

This workshop will increase your understanding of the role race and culture play in the adoption experience. We will identify stereotypes and challenge our biases.

It is our goal that participants will leave this workshop with new ideas and insights on adoption and parenting.

To view the brochure and download the mail-in registration click here or to go directly to the on-line registration click here 



Take a look at the CASE webinar offerings - while they have fees attached to them they often are able to offer scholarships.


Save the Date for our next Transracial/Transcultural Parenting Workshop - September 29th from 10:00 to 3:00 at Lund, 50 Joy Street, Burlington



A Trauma-Intensive Workshop for Caregivers
A Resource Parent Curriculum that educates caregivers about the impact of trauma on the development, attachment, emotions and behaviors of the children in their care; plus guides parents in improving their relationship with their children and their ability to manage ongoing and daily challenges.

RPC+ will provide a safe space for caregivers to access compassionate training, learn concrete strategies, enhance relationships with their children and build a network of support and connections with fellow caregivers. Children will have the opportunity to spend time with their peers in a supportive and enriching environment designed to increase emotional regulation and a sense of competency. 

Burlington Class starts February 5th - click here for more information

Barre Class starts February 7th - click here for more information

RPC+ Components:

  • RPC+ Caregiver Workshop – An 10 week long (2.5 hour/class) workshop for foster and kin parents, and parents who have adopted children who have experienced trauma.
  • RPC+ for Kids – Concurrent Children’s Groups will be run by the local mental health agency. The groups will incorporate neuro biological (“patterned, repetitive rhythmic somatosensory”) activities such as drumming, therapeutic art/music, yoga, dance and/or mediation to increase competency and improve self regulation.

    For more information and for the current schedule contact:

           Amy Bielawski-Branch, MS, LCMHC