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From Risk to Resilience:
2021 Institute on Infant & Toddler Mental Health
Virtual Conference - September 23/24, 2021
Registration

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 Regular pricing (after 08/15/21)
One Day Only$135.00$185.00$75.00
Both Days$260.00$310.00$125.00

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Please select the specific breakout sessions you would like to attend:
(Note: this is for planning purposes. Actual selection will be on conference days.)
Click here2021RTRProgram.pdf to see a full description of the breakout sessions and the pesenters

 Thursday Concurrent Sessions A: 10:30am-12:00pm
Caring for the Caregiver: Supporting self-care and prevention of Secondary Traumatic Stress for those who support children and families
Disorganized Attachment
Care and Intention: Parenting with Parents to Buffer Intergenerational Trauma
Reflective Supervision: A Journey of Self-Reflection and Awareness in the Context of a Trusting Relationship (part 1)

 Thursday Concurrent Sessions B: 1:30pm-3:00pm
Beyond Binary: Caring for Gender Diverse Children and Youth
Advocating for Trauma-Informed Systems: A 'Pop-Up Community of Practice'
Racism Hurts Children—Recognizing the Impact of Colorism on Parent/Caregiver Relationships
Reflective Supervision: A Journey of Self-Reflection and Awareness in the Context of a Trusting Relationship (part 2)

 Friday Concurrent Sessions A: 10:30am-12:00pm
The Cultural Component to our Conversations in Early Care and Education
Attachment Goes to Court: Child Protection and Custody Issues
Building Infant and Early Childhood Workforce Capacity in Ireland: A community-based approach using Infant Mental Health Master Classes to translate the science and consolidate the practice
The Power of Relationships in Supporting Infants and Toddlers Experiencing Chronic Stress or a Traumatic Event

 Friday Concurrent Sessions B: 1:30pm-3:00pm
Making Meaning: A Framework for Understanding and Addressing Young Children's Behavior
Courage to Thrive: Immigrant Families Overcoming System-Induced Trauma
Building Infant and Early Childhood Workforce Capacity in Ireland: A community-based approach using Infant Mental Health Network Groups to consolidate core skills and competencies and create sustainability
Working with Young Children and their Parents with a Trauma History and who are Working on Sobriety or are in Recovery
 

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