Thomas Endres
Extension Associate, Residential Child Care Project
2009
FLDC

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Current Activities

Current Professional Activities
Thomas Endres is an Extension Associate III with the Family Life Development Center.  Mr. Endres conducts the train-the-trainer program in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and Child and Residential Experiences (CARE) offered through the Residential Child Care Project.  Mr. Endres offers both programs  to residential child care staff, supervisors, clinicians, administrators and teachers.  Mr. Endres also provides technical assistance to residential child caring agencies and schools across New York state and nationwide.

Biography

Biographical Statement
Thomas J. Endres is an Extension Associate III with the Family Life Development Center.  As an Extension Associate, Mr. Endres conducts the train-the-trainer programs in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention and Child and Residential Experiences (CARE) offered through the Residential Child Care Project.  Mr. Endres offers these training programs to residential child care staff, supervisors, clinicians, administrators and teachers.  Mr. Endres also provides technical assistance to residential child caring agencies across the country.  Mr. Endres participated in the Educateur internship program and received his M.A. in Human Service Education from the Ohio State University in 1985.  He also received his B.S.S.W. from Ohio State University in 1980.  Mr. Endres has engaged in extensive work in the field of residential child care.  He has over thirty years experience which included positions as a direct care provider, clinician and administrator.  Mr. Endres served as an administrator of a group care project from 1997-2001, overseeing the operations of multiple sites.  Mr. Endres has dedicated his work in residential child care to finding better ways in helping children to grow into mature adults.

Keywords
Crisis Intervention, Residential Treatment, Residential Care, Child and Adolescent Treatment