Promoting First Relationships® Level One VIRTUAL Workshop (ESIT funded Group 2) – March 13 & 15-17, 2023
March 13 @ 1:00 pm - March 17 @ 4:30 pm PDTFree
4 Half-Days Learner Workshop
March 13, 15-17, 2023
1pm – 4:30pm each day Pacific Time (SEATTLE)
This workshop is approved for 13 Professional CEU’s
Professionals who work with caregivers and young children (0-5) often see the need to support and guide caregivers in building nurturing relationships with children. Promoting First Relationships workshop gives professionals the knowledge, tools, and strategies to do so. The Promoting First Relationships evidence-based program integrates theory, practice and intervention.
In this 4 half-day learner’s workshop, participants learn a unique consultation and intervention strategy that they can integrate into their work whether in high-risk, special needs, child-care, or other early childhood fields.
In this workshop, you will learn . . .
- Theoretical foundations of social and emotional development in early childhood (birth to 3 years)
- Consultation strategies
- Elements of a healthy relationship
- Infants and the development of trust and security
- Toddlers and the development of self
- Understanding and intervening with children’s challenging behaviors
- Developing intervention plans and individualizing the PFR curriculum
Promoting First Relationships can improve…
- Parental sensitivity
- Parental knowledge of child development
- Parental confidence and competence
- Child outcomes
- Child Welfare outcomes
Because Promoting First Relationships is a positive, strengths-based model, caregivers are typically open to intervention and gain competence, and thus investment, in their caregiving.
Your fee covers tuition, all curriculum materials including the Promoting First Relationships manual, and a USB flash drive of reproducible parent handouts.
What participants are saying . . .
“I loved the video examples which really helped illustrate the principles.”
“Straightforward and doable, lots of real life examples and opportunity to reflect in groups.”
“I liked how the case studies cemented the concepts.”
“I particularly liked the group discussions, latest research information and the handouts.”