From: August 8, 2017 at 9:00am to: 12:00pm
Trainer(s): Kimberly Hardy, LMHC
Some have referred to military children as a hidden minority or labeled them as third-culture kids, mainly because the majority of educational and sociological research regarding military families focuses almost exclusively on service-members and their spouses. Military children are one of this country’s oldest, though somewhat invisible, subcultures. These youth experience the same developmental patterns and processes as other children, but their development plays out in a unique context that often differs dramatically from that of their civilian counterparts. This workshop will aim to translate experiences of military youth into practical information & tools for providers of various disciplines to use when interacting with military brats (a term military youth tend to call themselves).
- Understand the role that military culture plays in military families; and the effect on the kids.
- Identify life events & stressors unique to military kids.
- Differentiate between common characteristics and pathological features.
- Develop tools to ensure accommodations, when needed, are available to military kids.
- Utilize existing strengths to improve resiliency, growth and success.
Parking: Ample on-street parking is available at or near the 2100 Building
- Fare Start @ 2100 Café – near the entrance to the 2100 Building
- Borracchini’s Bakery – 2307 Rainier Ave South, Seattle 98144
- Burger King – 2021 Rainier Ave South, Seattle 98144
- McDonald’s – 2336 25th Ave South, Seattle 98144
- Wendy’s – 2543 Rainier Ave South, Seattle 98144
- QFC – 2711 Rainier Ave South, Seattle 98144
- Toshio’s Teriyaki – 1706 Rainier Ave S., Seattle 98144
Free CEUs & Clock Hours: Workshop certificate documents hours of instruction toward Continuing Education Units. Clock-hour forms are available free upon completion of the workshop.