FITT Support Services
FITT provides monthly skill-building workshops that provide information and training on topics such as trauma-informed care, accessing specialized services, attachment, and cultural competence to enhance caregivers' parenting skills.
These workshops can be used as required training hours to ensure resource parenting licensure.
Please review upcoming monthly trainings by clicking below.
Therapy & Support
FITT uses trauma-informed parent coaching and draws from cognitive behavioral therapy, including strategies to foster regulation and minimize reactivity. In addition, psychodynamic and family systems methodologies will be used with a concentration on attachment theory.
FITT also provides support groups facilitated by one of our FITT therapists. It is a safe and inclusive environment for resource parents to gather, share, discuss, and access ongoing support.
Support groups are on Tuesday evenings from 7-8 pm via Zoom.
Please contact Amanda Milholland (email@example.com) for the confidential Zoom link by clicking below.
Building Bridges: A Therapeutic Meeting for Caregivers with a Foster Child in Transition
When a child in foster care in Marin County has an upcoming planned transition, FITT offers a therapist-facilitated meeting between caregivers to promote healthy communication between the adults involved. This will be a short-term process that addresses the emotional needs of caregivers, while communicating relevant information about the needs of the child and plans for ongoing contact and support.
Please contact your social worker directly to request a referral for Building Bridges. If you need help, please contact Amanda Milholland (firstname.lastname@example.org) by clicking below.