National Conference

GREATER PURPOSE

19th Annual Families and Fathers National 2018 Conference

February 19-23, 2018, at the Los Angeles Sheraton Gateway LAX Hotel

Held annually on the West Coast of North America, the FFCA Families & Fathers Conference is at the heart of helping professionals work together to improve strategies, curriculums, skills and more for effective services for children and families. Attend this four-day conference about increasing wellness for children, developing models to support sustained father engagement, as well as the global issues facing our world. 

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• Model Practices Using Effective Program Evaluation

• Motivational Interviewing Techniques

• Participatory Action Research: Practitioners Effective Fatherhood Services Scale

• Strategies and Evidence-Based Practices and Models

• Transformational Core Learning Initiatives to Enrich Skills

• Transtheoretical Change Model

• Trauma-Informed Approach to Systems and Services

 

National Fatherhood Practitioner Credential a competency-based education credential that integrates knowledge, values, evidence based interventions and skills for a purposeful, intentional, and professional for fatherhood practitioners globally. Advanced training for practitioners, educators incorporate understanding of core functions facilitating services to fathers and competency as evidence by 50+ learning competencies to include competency-based education as FFCA has adopted many of the requirements of the Council of Social Work Education and guiding fidelity principles of National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices and Fathers & Families Coalition of America not limited to: ethical and professional behavior, diversity and difference in practice, social and economic justice, engage in evidence based interventions, participatory action research and evaluation, engage with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities through a transtheoretical model of change, assess fathers, couples, families with proven behavioral assessments. NFPC curricula with rigorous multistep process for credential issuance. This program has been approved previously for continued education through National Association for Social Workers and State of California Board of Behavioral Health and currently various institutions of higher education.