In this course we talk with Amanda Purvis, a Training Specialist at the Karyn Purvis Center for Child Development, about practical tips for disciplining while maintaining attachment. Amanda is a social worker, and a mom of five, some of whom have experienced early life trauma.

This course covers the following learning objectives:

  • List 2 reasons why spanking, shaming, and time-outs are not effective disciplinary techniques for children who have experienced trauma.
  • Explain what the acronym IDEAL means as far as an approach to disciplining children.
  • Identify two reasons to allow children to have a do-over when they have misbehaved.
  • List two ways to handle triangulation.

Practical Tips for Disciplining While Maintaining Attachment.pdf

*This course includes a 1-hour conversational audio lesson, a 10-question quiz, and a certificate of completion with the successful completion of the quiz at 80%. 

Your course will remain active for 180 days from purchase date.

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This course aligns with the following regulatory requirements.

Hague Treaty on Intercountry Adoption*

 96.48 (b)(5)

 96.48 (c)

*Important Information for agencies on Hague Training Requirements

This course is included in the following state packages.

See links for how it aligns with each state's regulatory requirements.

Illinois Domestic Infant Adoption
Important Information for agencies on Illinois Adoption Requirements.
Louisiana packages including, Domestic Infant Adoption and Foster Care Adoption
Important Information for agencies on Louisiana Adoption Requirements.
Nebraska packages including, Domestic Infant Adoption, International Adoption, and International Adoption from China
Important Information for agencies on Nebraska Adoption Requirements.

For information specific to your state, go to the Child Welfare Information Gateway State Search site to find information on each state's requirements on background checks, consent to adoption, home study requirements, post-adoption contact agreements, adoption expense regulations, use of advertising, and who may adopt or place a child for adoption.