Understanding Social Emotional Developmental and a Way to Healing

Training Overview

Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH) will present a live webinar with Tiffany Grant, Business Development Manager, Trainer, and Coach at First Children’s Finance. During this presentation, participants will learn to define stages of social-emotional development and how to support children through each stage. The presenter will explore ways to foster healing by focusing on each child’s needs and examining how to support families by exploring resources that help families support children at home. This training is intended for early childhood professionals, family members, and social services professionals.

Three Learning Objectives

  • Participants will be able to recognize and identify Social Emotional Development and how to foster healing.
  • Participants will learn Social Emotional Strategies that help children with self-regulation.
  • Participants will gain access to a field of resources on fostering healing with children and families.

About the Presenter

Tiffany Grant is currently working to fortify the ECE business model as a Business Development Manager at First Children’s Finance. As a continuing advocate for equity and inclusion, she helped establish a peer networking resource group for entrepreneurs of color called Community Conversations for Early Childhood Entrepreneurs. Tiffany’s expertise lies in bridging the gaps between childcare business, advocacy, and equity where she has sought to help BOPIC business owners navigate the structural and systemic barriers they encounter every day. Tiffany has a talent for identifying areas of the Early Childhood Field where discrepancies exist and has worked to specifically target those areas of need. Her work in coaching and training, as well as in compliance and curriculum development has helped to highlight these needs. Knowing the importance of continuing education, Tiffany also works as a trainer in the subjects of early childhood trauma, African American Language. Additional examples of meaningful contributions to the field include co-founding an ECE branch within the Excell Academy for Higher Learning charter school. Tiffany attended Metropolitan State University where she received her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Studies with a focus on psychology and leadership.

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2 CEHs


March 27, 2023
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
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Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health
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