Ethics and Boundaries Practicum: Serving Children and Their Families Whose Lives Intersect With Urban Realities
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Wed
Patricia Parker, C.S.W., MCCMH, received her degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has a degree in Community Mental Health from Trinity College of Vermont. Ms. Parker also attended Milwaukee School of Theology and Milwaukee Lutheran College in Milwaukee WI. Ms. Parker has been conducting workshops and seminars since 1986. Patricia Parker is currently a consultant/trainer with the National Resource Center for Family Centered Practice-University of Iowa and has worked with them since 1989. Ms. Parker recently retired after working 17 years for the Helen Bader School of Social Welfare at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in the Wisconsin Child Welfare Professional Development System program. Ms. Parker has over forty years of experience working in human services. She has provided in-home family therapy, individual therapy, group therapies, and strength-based community development services in Wilmington, North Carolina, Milwaukee, and Madison, Wisconsin, and provided consultation, technical assistance, and training services in 42 states across the country.
Patricia Parker conducts trainings, workshops, and webinars for public and private agencies on a variety of topics including diversity management, family-centered practice in human services, foster care recruitment & retention, foster and pre-adoption parent preparation; Continuous Quality Improvement models in social services; and services to drug and alcohol affected families. Ms. Parker has one daughter, Amara Parker of Atlanta, GA.