When parents are able to reflect on the minds of their babies and young children, their children generally have better security in their relationships. There are many things that affect parents' ability to be reflective. There are also a number of ways infant and early childhood practitioners can support reflection in parents. This 1 1/2 hour recorded webinar will provide vidoetaped examples of reflective discussions with parents. A Certificate of Completion for 2 inservice hours can be earned by submitting a Self-Study Assignment.
Self-Study: Supporting Reflection in Parents
When you register for the series (or any of the self-study modules individually) and provide your email address as part of the registration, Jacqui will email you:
- A password-protected (for your use only) link to the recorded webinar; and
- The module Self-Study Assignment(s).
- After viewing the recorded webinar and completing the Self-Study Assingment(s), you have the option of either:
- Simply emailing the completed assignment to Jacqui (for 2 hours of specialized inservice training addressing specific infant mental health competencies) OR
- Discussing your learning with your reflective supervisor, providing your supervisor's email address on your Self-Study Assignment, and then emailing the completed assignment to Jacqui. An additional 1/2 hour of specialized inservice training hours per module discussed will be awarded.
- Your Certificate(s) of Completion will be emailed to you.
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