It was a moment that Ginger Ross had been working towards since January of 2014, as a person in long term recovery from alcoholism and an emotionally and psychologically abusive relationship – when Ginger filed for divorce, the courts system became involved and she was assigned a child welfare worker. The court case lasted 5 years with Ginger always having to prove herself more than her ex.
In January of 2014, when the dust had settled from the divorce, Ginger set out on a professional career path with a goal to educate child welfare workers on all things addiction, biases, power and control and emotional abuse.
Today, Ginger delivered her first webinar [in a series of 4] to the Guardian Ad Litem for Children, in Florida. The first in the series focus was Behaviors of Addiction; the webinar set a record for the agency with the most ever attended at 510 participants.
The organizers cited rave reviews from the training, and quoted one district manager in saying, “all parent attorneys need this training.”
This is the pinnacle of Ginger’s career thus far and she states, “This is what I have worked for for the past 5 years and my work is just beginning.”
Ginger is available to present in person education or webinars to your child welfare workers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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