Darla L. Henry is a social worker, trainer, teacher and consultant having extensive experience in the Child Welfare field. Darla established and authored the 3-5-7 Model©. She works with public and private child welfare agencies to implement 3-5-7 Model© programs towards permanency options for children and their families. Darla received her PhD in social work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore, writing her dissertation on resiliency in maltreated children. Darla has authored two books: The 3-5-7 Model© A practice approach to Permanency, and The 3-5-7 Model© Workbook: Supporting the Work of Children, Youth and Families Towards Permanency.
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