1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.
Shelbyville County Public Library – Carnegie East
57 W Broadway St Shelbyville, IN
This FREE conference will provide information that will:
- Aid you in effectively managing the inevitable stressors of parenting and working with youth and their families;
- Provide insights and tools for enhancing the quality of life as a parent and service provider;
- Help you gain a better understanding of the underlying reasons for challenging behaviors;
- Help you identify the role of self in responding to challenging behaviors;
- Each family will receive a complimentary parenting and stress management tip booklet.
There will be a drawing for a $15 gas card at each training.Broaden your parenting or service provider skills for responding more effectively to challenging behaviors.
Due to the sensitive nature of conference, we ask that children please not attend. Child Care will NOT be provided.
A light meal will be provided at no cost.
Advance registration is REQUIRED to attend.
Brought to you by the Indiana Department of Child Services and The Villages
About the Speakers
Bobby Louis Tinner earned a Master’s of Science degree in Social Work from the University of Southern Indiana in 1998. He co-founded Change Consulting Company in 2006 to provide training, staff development and workshops for youth serving agencies. Bobby also co-founded a community-based Not-For- Profit organization in 1994 specializing in housing advocacy, business creation/expansion and community reinvestment. He has served on several boards related to education, youth and community service.
Bobby began his career as a youth care worker in Louisville, KY and has served in various youth and family serving agencies for twenty-five years. He has had multiple leadership roles within these organizations and is currently Program Manager at Bridge City Center for Youth in the New Orleans, LA metro area.
Patricia Outlaw earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Relations from the University of Evansville. She is currently an adjunct instructor with Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. She has worked with several global industrial compa- nies including Alcoa, Bristol-Myers Squibb, SABIC, Pittsburgh Glass Works, Whirlpool and Lucent Polymer. She has provided assistance with employee development and training needs.
Patricia has extensive experience in continuing education, customized training, apprenticeship training, curriculum development and human resource consulting. She previously served on former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel’s Urban League Study Committee and served on the United Way Execu- tive Board in Warsaw, Indiana.