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[ 2017 Spring Training Schedule ]


Considering the Role of Early Experience in Working with Children and Families      Click here for flyer
Robert Weigand & Barbara Weigand

Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 9:30am - 12:30pm
Tempe Public Library
3500 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ
Connections Program Room

The importance of an individual's early relationship experience is now widely accepted among developmental scientists and clinicians. John Bowlby's ideas about inner working models, Daniel Stern's ideas about representations of self and relationships with others, and Selma Fraiberg's Ghosts in the Nursery metaphor all offer conceptual guidance for understanding how early experiences of "being with another" are internalized and carried forward. Therapists, social workers, home visitors and early childhood teachers, will find a useful clinical tool in even an introductory understanding of these phenomena. This workshop will provide just such an understanding by offering an introduction to how the early experience of "getting care" contributes to the core of one's sense of worth and potency and expectations regarding the availability of and sensitivity of caregivers.

The workshop will address competencies required for ITMHCA Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health at Levels 2 and 3. The cost is $40.00 for ITMHCA members; $50.00 for non-members. Seating is limited.

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From the Interpersonal World of Infants and Parents      Click here for flyer
to the Intra- and Inter-personal Features of Home Visiting and Child-Parent Psychotherapy:
Highlighting Daniel Stern's contributions to the field of infant mental health.
Robert Weigand & Barbara Weigand

Saturday, October 21, 2017 - 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Tempe Public Library
3500 South Rural Road, Tempe, AZ
Connections Program Room

This workshop will discuss a few of Daniel Stern’s most important theoretical contributions to our understanding of what happens within and between children, parents, and infant mental health professionals in the process of "being together."

The workshop will address competencies required for ITMHCA Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health at Levels 2 and 3. The cost is $40.00 for ITMHCA members; $50.00 for non-members. Seating is limited.

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Please note: Each training session must have a minimum of 10 people registered 48 hours prior to the training date. If this minimum number is not met, ITMHCA reserves the right to cancel the training. All Registrants will be notified of any cancellations.


Thank You to Our Sponsors for the
2016 ITMHCA 16th Institute - From Risk to Resilience

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First Things First

Arizona Children Association

Southwest Human Development

KAPLAN Early Learning Company

Prevent Child Abuse Arizona

Mercy Care Plan

the Ounce - Achieve on Demand

Touchstone Health Services - partnering with families

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