IMH Community Training -15 part webseries

Thursday, January 4, 2018 - Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Article IMH Community Training -15 part webseries

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This 15 part training program aims to raise awareness and understanding of the unique needs of infants and toddlers in order to promote healthy social emotional development in the early years and reduce the likelihood of poor mental and physical health outcomes in the later years.

This training is an effective and economical way to integrate Infant Mental Health learning and practice into continuing professional education and staff engagement events.

After initial license purchase by the participating Host Agency/ Site, an unlimited number of staff from that agency may register as a GUEST at no additional cost in order to gain access.  Each participant wishing to receive a certificate of participation must register under their host agency license.

Sessions recordings are available until September 1, 2020.

Sessions include:
Introduction to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Chaya Kulkarni,  BAA, M.Ed, Ed. D

Attachment as the Foundation for Regulation, Resilience and Healthy Development
Mary Rella, BA, Dip.C.S.

The Impact of Early Adversity - The ACE Studies
Jean Clinton, BMus, MD, FRCP(C)

Temperament and Language Development: I would talk if you were more interesting
Wallace E. Dixon, Jr., Ph.D.

Effects of Early Stress and Adverse Care on Brain and Behavioral Development
Megan Gunnar, Ph.D.

Epigenetics: Genes, Environment and Behaviour
Marla Sokolowski,  Ph.D., FRSC

Understanding How Parental Mental Illness Can Impact Both Parenting and Child Development
Jean Wittenberg, MD, FRCPC

Executive Functions in the Early Years
Adele Diamond,BA, PhD, FRSC

Working Across Cultures
Debra Stein. MD, FRCPC
Understanding Common Disorders in Early Childhood
Greg Lubimiv, MSW, CACPT Supervisor

Unresolved Loss and Trauma:  Implications for the Individual, the Caregiving Relationship and Attachment
Margaret Leslie, Dip.C.S., C.Psych.Assoc.

Impact of Early Trauma – Domestic Violence
Angelique Jenney, MSW, PhD
Screening, Observation and Developmental Support Planning
Chaya Kulkarni,  BAA, M.Ed, Ed. D

Beyond the Dyad: Working with coparents and siblings
Diane Philipp, MD, FRCPC

Nurturing the Seed: Working with Indigenous Families
Donna Hill

Indigenous Perspectives on Neurosciences
Michael Yellow Bird, MSW, PHD


For License pricing and more information on individual sessions please visit the Registration Website