The Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) is hosting a in-person training opprotunity with Julie Koritz on enhaving self-esteem in young children. This training will explore self-esteem and learn how we have an impact on it, examine various ways to enhance and strengthen the self-worth of children and recognize tools for understanding self-concept dos and don’ts to increase children’s self-esteem. This training is for early childhood professional/educators, education professionals, family members, healthcare professionals, social services professionals, and students, and will address children ages between 0 to eight.
- Participants will be able to define self-esteem.
- Participants will be able to identify 3 self concepts dos and don’ts.
- Participants will be able to describe 3 ideas that they can use in their teaching.
About the Trainer
Julie Koritz is an early childhood specialist who has several years of experience working with young families and children. Her work has focused on working with diverse families who have young children with multiple risk factors. She has her M.Ed in family education, her undergraduate degree in child and family studies, is a licensed parent educator and has her infant-early childhood mental health endorsement. Some of her experience includes facilitating parenting groups and parent-child interaction, leading home visits, training early childhood professionals and devising and teaching classes.
Only 40 seats are avialable. 2 CEHs.