Ms. Beeler is a trainer and consultant for the North America Resource Center for Child Welfare (NARCCW), assisting child welfare jurisdictions in North America and Eastern Europe to implement Comprehensive, Competency-Based Inservice Training Systems (CCBITS). She also consults with NARCCW’s Center for Child Welfare Policy and Family Trust Clinic on cases involving maltreated children and adolescents with developmental delays. She is a lead investigator in agency evaluations, and facilitates strategic planning for CCBIT systems, public child welfare and human services agencies.
Ms. Beeler became a training manager with the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program (OCWTP) in 1987. She provides technical assistance to Ohio’s Regional Training Centers, certifies trainers, and oversees resource development; and is an OCWTP representative on the Ohio Alternate Response Task Force. Ms. Beeler is lead author of the Caseworker Core Curriculum module, The Effects of Abuse and Neglect on Child Development, and contributing author to other OCWTP training curricula and resources.
Prior to her employment with IHS, Ms. Beeler directed a multidisciplinary day treatment center for emotionally and behaviorally disturbed pre-school children; conducted casework with unruly youth and their families at a county child welfare agency; and counseled residents and consulted with staff in a nursing home.
In 2005, Ms. Beeler received the Dan Schneider Award for Leadership in Child Welfare Training presented by the Public Children’s Services Association of Ohio (PCSAO).
She holds a Master in Social Work degree from The Ohio State University.
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