Thursday, November 15, 2012
1:00pm – 4:30pm
Hope Lutheran Church, South Campus
3636 25th Street South, Fargo, ND
Dr. Rose, a nationally recognized expert in early childhood mental health, will show how early experiences, as mediated by caring adults, prepare children for lifelong success. She will discuss how early adversity threatens healthy development, how to recognize compromising situations and effective ways to intervene early.
- Become aware of the principles of early childhood mental health and the important role of adults in the development of social and emotional skills in children.
- Develop an understanding of the importance of everyday moments in helping children form and maintain secure relationships, manage their emotions and learn through discovery and engagement.
- Nurture a sense of curiosity about behaviors of young children that enhances our role as caregivers
- Identify why all parents and providers should see social and emotional screening as an essential part of well-child health care.
- Build an understanding of how early diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems promotes success.
*Training is free with registration.
701-701.526.1565 to register.
*Certificates of attendance will be provided.
Training is Growing Futures approved.