course »Faith Development and Moral Reasoning for Providers Working with Youth

Date: 10/28/2021, 9:00 am—5:00 pm
County: Training Offerings
CEUs: 8
Sponsored by Lincoln
Virtual Instructor Led Training

This course explores faith development and moral reasoning among children, aimed at providers working with youth and their caregivers in out-of-home care. Examining two models of religious/spiritual development across the lifespan as well as Kohlberg’s model of moral reasoning development, participants will reflect on how these developmental models are related to cognitive development. We will discuss how early traumatic experiences, attachment, and intellectual disabilities may impact each stage, and identify important milestones in children’s lives where they begin to develop their own moral center. We will complete a moral reasoning activity in small groups, discuss intersections with identity and complete a video care plan study.

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