infant and early mental health promotion

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Upcoming Training and Events

October 10,

Title: Developmental Screening and Strategies for Support for Children Birth to Six: ASQ and DSP Training
Time: Varies depending on session chosen
Location: IEMHP Learning Portal (Online)
Coach: Brenda Packard
Cost: $650 CAD/person
Description: The objective of this training is to increase knowledge and skill that directly impacts the work practitioners do with infants and young children under the age of 6 and their parents/caregivers.... Read More

November 23,

Title: The Importance of Supporting Social-Emotional Development in Chronic/Severe Medical Conditions
Time: 9:00AM - 12:00PM EST
Location: Event Room 2, PGCRL Building, 686 Bay St., Toronto, ON
Speaker: Robert Meeder, MSc, MD, FRCPC(Pediatrics)
Cost: $200 CAD/person
Description: In this session we will share with participants the most current science that informs the best practices of those working young children prenatal to age six and their families.This session will focus on what is considered to be the foundational science – essential to the practice of all those working with this age group... Read More

December 15,

Title: Do you see what I see? Identifying and intervening in the caregiver/infant attachment relationship to promote security and mitigate developmental trauma
Time: 1:00PM - 4:00PM EST
Location: Event Room 1, PGCRL Building, 686 Bay St., Toronto, ON
Speaker: Mary Rella. BA., Dip. C.S.
Cost: $200 CAD/person
Description: In this session, participants will learn how to recognize markers in the dyad that define the attachment relationship and the developing stress response system in the infant. Learning how to observe the caregiver’s behaviour pattern when their infant cues distress will help you intervene... Read More

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