WHAT WE DO AT THE FSU CFC CENTER
Rebound & Recovery Program
“Rebound and Recovery” was created by the Stoops Center for Communities, Families, and Children and implemented in the fall of 2021. The online course provides a comprehensive foundation on what Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is and its effects on social emotional learning in the classroom and educational outcomes for students.
“This program is finding new ways of teaching kids about their mental health & emotions. This is an important thing to learn at a young age.”
“Great hands-on activities easily implemented and we have noticed a change both … as reported by parents … and teachers.”
Register online for the Cognitive Behavioral Resiliency Professional Certification and Curriculum for Early Childhood. Participants of the certification gain insight into the concept of the connection between a child’s emotion and thoughts and that of their behavior in the classroom which impact the child’s social and emotional growth and their ability to learn.
This course will prepare educators and other individuals working with children to provide ten comprehensive lessons to teach students about their emotions, thoughts, and actions and how to acknowledge and navigate them. Through the certification’s curriculum, participants also learn how to provide student-centered cognitive behavioral supports in the classroom and home.
The self-paced curriculum includes 15 hours of course content and 15 modules of research-based readings, case scenarios, multi-media materials, assignments, and quizzes.
Southeast ROTA Recovery Center Network
Florida State University College of Social Work’s Stoops Center for Communities, Families, and Children (CFC Center) received a two-year federal grant, funding the Southeast Rural Opioid Technical Assistance Regional Center (ROTA-RC). Under the grant, the CFC Center is partnering with Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) Cooperative Extension Program and Department of Social Work to assist in the outreach, education and engagement of rural communities in the region.
ROTA-RC seeks to develop and disseminate training and technical assistance to address opioid and stimulant use affecting rural communities in the eight states in Region 4. ROTA-R will expand awareness of opioid and stimulate use, harm reduction, and options for treatment to improve the resiliency of the targeted 168 rural communities.
CFC 2022 Project Snapshot
The Stoops Center for Communities, Families, and Children (CFC Center) Annual Report highlights the multiple projects, studies, trainings and partnerships completed during 2022.
The CFC Center depends on the active support and expertise of its advisory council to provide products and services within the Center’s three focus areas. These focus areas:
1. Substance Use Disorder;
2. Resilient Communities Related to Disaster Preparedness, Response and Recovery; and
3. Children’s Mental Health) positively impact children, families, and communities.