Date(s) - July 17
9:00 am - 11:30 am
“The present is a gift. That’s why we call it the present. Stress makes us forget what we already know… A reminder is a blessing.”
Carol Muhammad and Mother
Please join us for this special Zoom-only edition of
Breakfast for Babies!
Friday, July 17th, 2020
9am – 11:30 am
A collaboration between
The New York State Association for Infant Mental Health (NYS-AIMH)
And New York Zero-To-Three (NYZTT)
We are excited to offer the opportunity for you to share time with our very special guest for the next Breakfast for Babies – Victor Bernstein!
Victor Bernstein, Ph.D., is a retired lecturer at The University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. In addition, he is a consultant, trainer and was co-founder of The Ounce of Prevention Fund (Illinois) Developmental Training and Support Program. Victor has dedicated a long career to helping all of us – parents, caregivers, support professionals, supervisors, and administrators – understand the deep potential in our relationships. Once we real-eyes that how we are with others is at least as significant as what we do, the window into a whole new world of the power of mutually competent relationship opens wide. We can see – and honor – our own values and what motivates us, and we’re that much closer to learning about – and honoring – what motivates the people we strive to support. We’re freed from unproductive stresses that blind us: We become true partners! Join us for an inspiring conversation with Victor.
We’ll explore the Ordinary Miracles of working together!
Free for NYS-AIMH or NYZTT members! $15 registration fee for non-members.
A word about getting together in our post-Covid world: This Breakfast for Babies will be different. But participating is easy! We’ll meet together on Zoom at 8:45am, and Victor will join us at 9am for a conversation until 10am. Then we’ll use breakout rooms to join with small groups of colleagues from across the state to explore ways to tap our relationships and realize the Ordinary Miracles in our work that happen every day.
If you need assistance, or have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com