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March 2019

Introduction to Infant Mental Health Workshop – March 25, 2019

March 25 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm PDT
Foege Auditorium University of Washington, 3720 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105 United States
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This introductory workshop in Infant Mental Health will discuss how an infant's positive attachment to her or his primary caregivers is the foundation for healthy social, emotional and cognitive development. You will learn how the presence of a secure, nurturing relationship between a child and his or her primary caregivers protects the developing brain. Topics covered will include:Toxic StressAttachment Theory & Parenting BehaviorEarly Social & Emotional NeedsBaby CuesResources & Next StepsThis training will address the following Infant Mental Health Competency…

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May 2019

Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy Workshop – May 13 & 14, 2019

May 13 @ 8:30 am - May 14 @ 4:30 pm PDT
Watertown Hotel, 4242 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105 United States
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This workshop addresses the importance of helping the pregnant woman achieve a healthier mental and emotional state during pregnancy, to improve the chances that she and her child will experience a healthier relationship. Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy training covers issues critical to the development of the early mother-child relationship including . . .High-risk pregnanciesUnresolved grief or lossNormal, typical course of pregnancyDomestic violenceWomen experiencing depression or other mental health disruptionsYour fee covers tuition and all curriculum materials including two Promoting Maternal Mental Health During Pregnancy…

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June 2019

Deb Dana presents: The Neurophysiological Basis of Safety and Regulation: Polyvagal Theory in Practice – June 25, 2019

June 25 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm PDT

Polyvagal Theory offers a neurophysiological framework to consider the reasons why people act in the ways they do. Through a polyvagal lens, we understand that actions are automatic and adaptive, generated by the autonomic nervous system well below the level of conscious awareness. This is not the brain making a cognitive choice, These are autonomic energies moving in patterns of protection.   And with this new awareness, the door opens to compassion. Out of Stephen Porges's brilliant work developing Polyvagal…

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