August 5, 2016
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Come learn more about Infant Mental Health principles and practices in the advanced course!
The Introductory course was offered for home visitors, early interventionists, developmental specialists, and others working with families with very young children. The course addressed development of secure attachment, effects of trauma/separation and loss on child and family functioning, support for school readiness, and reduction of child maltreatment.
The advanced course delves more deeply into parent-child interactions and perceptional states.
We will talk about
- Emotional Availability
- Co-Regulation, Immature Regulation
- Stages of Development
- Parent-Child Interactions
- Perceptional States
- Reflective Practice
The advanced course requires prior attendance at the introductory course.
Presented by: Nicole Valdez, LCSW, IMH-E®(III) and Mary Warren, PhD, IMH-E®(IV)
In order to continue to offer training at no cost to the participants, unfortunately snacks, beverages, and lunch cannot be provided.
Venue: Yuma Public Library
Venue Phone: 928-782-1871
Venue Website: http://yumalibrary.org/locations/main-library/Address: