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Build tools for the workplace, stay up-to-date with current research and earn continuing education hours (CEHs) when you participate in our Infant & Early Childhood Division trainings. Workshops include a mix of in-person and online options, as well as an annual conference.
Our training series cover a wide array of topics such as trauma, anxiety, challenging behaviors, reflective practice, cultural responsiveness and more. Each series includes several trainings tailored specifically to those working in the field of infant and early childhood mental health.
Explore key topics in mental health anytime, anywhere and at your own pace with our on-demand trainings.
Featured On-Demand Training
Strategies to Strengthen Relationships & Regulation in Early Childhood: A Trauma-Informed Approach
Learn how to interpret behaviors through the lens of trauma and attachment. Relationships and regulation are necessary components in preventing and responding to behaviors. Increase your confidence in identifying and implementing specific strategies to use when working with young children and parents.
Tracy Schreifels, MS, LMFT, IMH-E® & Sara Langworthy, PhD
Save the date for our fourth annual Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Conference, designed for professionals who work with very young children and their families and caregivers, happening online November 8 & 9, 2021.
Check out pictures from our 2019 Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Conference.