Survey and Feedback Materials for TST-FC

This document, part of the Trauma Systems Therapy for Foster Care curriculum, includes four short surveys designed to assess what caregivers and agency staff knew at the onset of training — and what they learned as a result of the training. A fifth item, a simple feedback form, asks facilitators what worked well — and what didn’t click — during their training sessions.   

April 3, 2017

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Managing Emotions Guide

The Managing Emotions Guide, part of the Trauma Systems Therapy for Foster Care curriculum, spans three quick pages and asks simple questions that children can answer in an effort to better understand and control their emotions.

April 3, 2017

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Implementing Trauma Systems Therapy for Foster Care (TST-FC)

A Guide for Child Welfare Agencies

The Trauma Systems Therapy for Foster Care (TST-FC) training curriculum gives child welfare agencies a powerful new tool that foster parents can use to support children in their care and help them heal. This guide is a primer for child welfare agencies planning to install the curriculum within their existing array of in-service foster care trainings. It is packed with implementation tips, tools and details — including recommended trainer competencies, a sample data summary report and sample posters introducing TST-FC and trauma.

April 2, 2017

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Help Teens Find Family: Videos for Caseworkers

In Every Kid Needs a Family: A Message to Caseworkers, young people who spent time in foster care make a compelling argument that caseworkers need to persist in connecting teens with family — because every teen needs a family. A new discussion guide helps caseworkers incorporate the video into their work.

January 17, 2017

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A Movement to Transform Foster Parenting

This report explores how public agencies can get more people to step forward as foster parents and to encourage the extraordinary individuals who have already answered the call to continue their commitment to care.

November 15, 2016

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