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FOR PROFESSIONALS: NTI Transfer of Learning Tuesdays – Integrating NTI into Mental Health and Child Welfare Practice: Supervision and Coaching Approaches for Knowledge Application and Skill Transfer

April 12, 2022 | 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm


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The National Adoption Competency Mental Health Training Initiative (NTI) provides foundational knowledge and skills on assessment, support, and therapeutic interventions that promote permanency and improve well-being for children and youth and their foster, adoptive and guardianship families. NTI offers practical tools and resources that mental health professionals can use in their work with this unique population.

This webinar will feature child welfare and mental health professionals who have integrated NTI into their training array. This webinar will also highlight the Supervisor Coaching and Activity Guides for Child Welfare and Mental Health Supervisors.


Lisa Maynard, LMSW, is an adoptive mother and a Licensed Social Worker with expertise in trauma, attachment, and adoption. She is an Implementation & Training Specialist with C.A.S.E. and maintains a private therapy practice in Upstate New York, integrating yoga philosophy, meditation and mindfulness in her work with clients.



Bonni Goodwin, PhD, LCSW is the Statewide Coordinator of Adoption Preservation Services with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. She also teaches at the University of Oklahoma Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work and manages the Center for Child Welfare Training & Simulation. Bonni’s research is focused on adoption, post-adoption, and permanency as she works to expand the state of Oklahoma’s support for children, youth, and families who have adopted from foster care.  She is a licensed clinical social worker in Oklahoma who has worked with children, youth, and families in a variety of ways for the past 19 years, including adoption and foster care, victim services, and school social work.