Parenting in America

Learn how to help immigrant families embrace their strengths and navigate a new life in the United States

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What you’ll learn:

Parents and caregivers who immigrate to the United States bring with them a wealth of parenting strengths—drawing on culture, tradition, and family experience—yet living in a new setting can be challenging. Parenting in America encourages parents to honor their cultural heritage while also helping them to develop new culturally responsive practices and strategies. Parents graduate from the program feeling empowered to face immigration challenges that affect them as individuals and as parents, recognizing that their key to success already lies within them.

Parenting in America facilitator trainings are available in our standard 5-day format. 

The fee includes the training and access to a digital facilitator toolkit which includes the group curriculum, materials, and other resources.

Register today for an upcoming training

Virtual Parenting in America Facilitator Training – August 5-9, 2024: 1-5pm ET

Continuing Education Units

Depending on your licensure and state’s requirements, you may be eligible for CEU credits when you finish this training.

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