Lilliput partners with The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) and is the only TAC-certified site in California. TAC is an intensive training specifically designed to provide mental health and child welfare professionals with the clinical knowledge and skills needed to offer quality mental health services to children and families with foster/adoption backgrounds. See full course description.
2021 TAC Program Enrollment
Location: Virtual Zoom Platform
Held on the 3rd Friday of every month
• $2300 Early sign ups by Nov 30, 2020
• $2400 Final Sign Ups by Dec 23, 2020
• $2550 Late Sign ups by January 11, 2021
There are 12 modules to TAC course including 11 in person classes and one in- home module completed before virtual instruction begins.
COVID-19 Impact: Classes will commence virtually, but may be adjusted to in person sessions as quarantine restrictions begin to lift. Dates and times are also subject to change. Your class administrator will keep you informed of these changes as the cohort progresses.
Module topics are listed below. Attendance to all classes is required, with one make-up session allowed, so please check your schedule before registering
In-Home - Adoption History, Law Process
Adoption Competency Theory and Philosophy
Mental Health Needs
Separation, Loss &Grief,
Trauma & Brain Neurobiology
Clinical Issues with Birth and Kinship Families
Openness in Adoption
By submitting this application you are requesting consideration for Lilliput's TAC Cohort 11 and understand that TAC is currently under review for accreditation by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence. Once notification of accreditation is received, TAC graduates will be required to successfully pass an assessment test to receive the certificate identifying TAC as the only accredited, assessment-based adoption competency training. Participants will be required to pay a $50 fee when they schedule the assessment to cover the cost of the live electronic proctoring.
Also included in the training cost you charge – participants receive 72 NASW approved continuing education credits at no additional cost.