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The Family Cycle Model: A therapeutic model for treating at risk parents and children suffering from trauma, abuse, and neglect.

November 2, 2021

9 am-10 am Central Time | On Zoom

The Family Cycle is a unique therapeutic model which was created at the Yale Child Study Center in order to treat abused children and their families. The model provides a clinical framework to facilitate the treatment of families with complex multigenerational trauma and promote mentalization in high-risk parents. It is informed by attachment theory, family systems theory, and current literature on reflective functioning. Over the years this model was implemented within the context of an intensive home-based, family-focused intervention and more.

Prof. Victoria Stob, MA, LCSW

Victoria Stob is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Work in the Yale Child Study Center. She specializes in integrating social science-based research and theory into practicable clinical applications for high-risk children and families living in multi-generational adversity.

 

Participation is free with registration in advance. 

CEU’s available for social work: $10 for 1 credit hour.

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