The latest instructor training workshop to learn to deliver CICC’s Los Ninos Bien Educados program for parents of Latino children was a major success! A total of 12 new instructors from social service and mental health agencies and departments in Los Angeles County completed the workshop on May 13, 2016.
Their reactions and evaluations were uniformly positive, including several participants saying the workshop not only prepared them well to educate the families they serve but also how what they learned in the workshop enhanced the parenting of their own children.
Videos and Pictures from that workshop are available by clicking here. Once you arrive at the page scroll to the bottom to find all the videos and photos of the workshop. Included are scenes from the actual workshop with Dr. Martha Lopez, the workshop leader and Dr. Kerby Alvy, CICC’s founder and director.
It was a pleasant coincidence, since CICC was officially founded as a non-profit community service, training and research organization in May 1974, that this workshop took place during the month of CICC’s 42nd Anniversary. During those years CICC’s programs and services have contributed to over one million parents nationwide becoming more skillful, effective and sensitive in raising their children.
CICC is very proud of these far-reaching and important accomplishments, and wishes to thank everyone who has been involved!
Additional information about workshops and educational materials from CICC’s three national model parenting programs are available on the CICC website.
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