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Appendix D: List of Videos

Chapter 2: PFR Approach to Relationship Focused Care Baby at 4 Month Checkup Chapter 3. Social Connectedness Quiet Alert State of Newborns Twins Talking 4-Month-Old Meeting Her Aunt for the First Time Chapter 4. Elements of a Healthy Relationship Understanding Cues...

Triggers for Children’s Difficult Behaviors

When thinking about a child’s difficult behaviors, it is helpful to think about the different triggers for these behaviors. A child’s behavior can be impacted or driven by their developmental stage the environment their personality or temperament bigger feelings...

Pediatric Resident Training

At the University of Washington-Seattle Children’s Hospital Residency Program in Seattle, Washington, all pediatric residents participate in a half day, small-group PFR training facilitated by 2 primary care pediatricians with early childhood expertise during their...

Supporting Relationship-Centered Care in Primary Care

Promoting First Relationships in Pediatrics is a paradigm shift transforming pediatric primary care by centering relationships – relationships between parents and their children, relationships between health care providers and the families they serve, and...

Next Steps: Understanding & Identifying Feelings & Needs

How do you feel regarding your child’s challenging behavior? Starting with this question first helps providers enter the parents’s world. Providers should never assume they know how the child’s behavioral issue is feeling for the parent. Starting with this question...