top of page
SLCI back ground banner_edited.jpg

Child Neglect
& Parental Education

Image by Vitolda Klein

According to the CDC 1 in 7 children experience child abuse or neglect. As with many statistics of abuse and violence, it can be assumed the actual number is significantly higher because many cases go unreported. 

Beyond physical injuries, abuse and neglect can lead to long term emotional and psychological problems. The CDC cited those children who are abused or neglected are also at increased risk for experiencing future violence both as victims and perpetrators, substance abuse, delayed brain development, lower educational attainment, and PTSD.

Parental Education & Responsibility


Parental education & responsibility training is a skills-based intervention and prevention strategy that addresses parental trauma and other life challenges that have been detrimental to the development of the parent and resulted in a negative impact on the safety and stability of the family.

Evidence suggests that by providing parents with improved life and coping skills stability and security within the family is enhanced. This training improves the parent-child connection by teaching parents how to read and respond to their child(ren)s physical and emotional needs. 

Additionally, it provides positive parenting practices and improved communication that promote safety, well-being, and permanency for children and families by decreasing reunification timeframes and reducing incidents of abuse and neglect. 

Image by Vitolda Klein

Modules include:

  • Generational Review

  • Behavior Analysis

  • Impact Assessment

  • Effective Communication

  • Active Listening

  • Goal Setting

  • Critical Thinking

  • Cause & Effect Reasoning 

  • Financial Literacy/Budgeting

  • Boundary Setting

  • Identifying Risk Factors

Private Contract:  

  • Type: Small or Large Group Sessions

  • Length:  Choose 30 or 60 days

  • Frequency: 2x/week

    • customized scheduling available

  • Duration: 60 minutes

  • Model: Live: Virtual or In-Person

  • Maximum Participants: 25

bottom of page