The Six Keys: Strategies for Promoting Children’s Mental Health in Early Childhood Programs is based on the curriculum by the same name and uses evidence-based practice and current research to demonstrate key components necessary for promoting emotional well-being in early childhood programs. There are a series of seven 2–4 hour workshops about the theories of emotional development, resilience, self-regulation, temperament, and many useful strategies for the early childhood setting.MORE INFO
Children's Development from Birth to 3 Years
This training is about child development and on recognizing red flags, typical and atypical
development, and when/how to share concerns with family.
Building Cultural Connections
A program that focuses on the importance of culture in the healthy social development of all children
rather than focusing on one specific culture or ethnicity.
“Children and Challenging Behavior: Making Inclusion Work, is an evidence-based, peer-reviewed narrative training with accompanying training activities designed for each workshop (two volume set). This course includes a series of seven 2–4 hour workshops about the function of behavior, the role of environment, tools for your toolbox, specific strategies for ADHD and Autism, and much more.MORE INFO