MACMH-IEC has started to offer live online trainings to increase accessibility to those who can't make it to an in-person or live out-of-state training. Here are a few of the upcoming offerings specific to infant and early childhood that will be a part of the Winter training series:
Separation & Loss: The Developmental Impact on Children and Families
Monday, February 17 - 9:00am to 12:00pm.
Presented by Carol Siegel, PhD, LP
In 1947, Austrian-born psychoanalyst Rene Spitz made a film about infants and toddlers who had been separated from their mothers called Grief: A Peril in Infancy. The grainy black and white film shows the mournful behavior of young children who had been without their mothers for several months. Read more....
We Have to Talk: The Reality Behind Difficult Conversations with Parents and Caregivers
Monday, March 16 - 9:00am to 12:00pm.
Presented by Angela Klinefelter, MS, LMFT, IMH-E®
Difficult conversations are a part of working with young children and families. These experiences often contribute to our own regulation struggles and potential burnout. This workshop will include foundational components of working with parents or caregivers who may have a trauma or attachment histories. Read more....
Visit https://www.allianceaimh.org/online-trainings for a list of competency-aligned online training offered across the Alliance member AIMHs.