Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) is hosting a training opportunity presented by Arielle Handevidt, MA, IMH-E, Director of Early Childhood at Northside Achievement Zone and Lauren Moberg, MA, LMFT, IMH-E, Infant & Early Childhood Director at Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health.
When infants are born into this world, they come with a brain that is ready to learn through relationships. For those of us that choose to work with these infants and young children, we must understand the importance of holding a specialized set of skills to support their development through the context of relationships with their families. During this workshop, the presenters will dive into the definition of Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH), begin to understand how IECMH principles inform our work, and better understand the importance of reflection in our work.
- Learn the definition of infant/early childhood mental health
- Name at least 3 guiding principles of infant/early childhood mental health
- Understand the necessity of reflection in infant/early childhood work
This training is anticipated to be approved for Develop Credit and approved for 3 CEHs.