Next Event

Collaborative Problem Solving for Foster and Adoptive Parents: 4 Part Series (Tues Oct 8- Oct 29)

Ed Morales, MPP, MSW, LICSW
WHEN Tuesday, Oct 8th 2019 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM (CST)
COST $60.00 per person
$100.00 per parenting couple
AVAILABLE SPACES 40
SPACES REMAINING 28
LOCATION 1215 Roselawn Ave W, Roseville, MN 55113

*4 session series, Tuesdays October 8-29*

~~~~Click here to view a short video of Ed Morales previewing the training~~~~


The science is clear: kids do well if they can, not because they want to. So why do so many approaches to parenting rely on motivating kids to want to do better

Join with other parents for a four-week series that will explore the foundations of Collaborative Problem Solving, an evidence-based approach to challenging behavior that is grounded in relationship and skill building. Together, we’ll learn more about the root causes of challenging behavior and what can be done to help our kids build the tools for success. Participants will learn sills every week they can put to use immediately, and will have the opportunity to workshop these skills in community with other parents.

Since 2011, Ed Morales, MPP, MSW, LICSW has worked with more than 1,000 kids and their families as a school social worker, therapist, and now trainer and consultant. An adoptive parent of two amazing daughters, Ed combines his knowledge of trauma child development and challenging behavior with real-world, on the ground experience gleaned from years of experience in schools and at home.