Enhancing Reflective Parenting in Home Visiting: Lessons Learned from Minding the Baby®

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Date(s) - July 18 - July 20
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Enhancing Reflective Parenting in Home Visiting:
Lessons Learned from Minding the Baby®

July 18-20, 2017

Yale Child Study Center
230 S Frontage Rd
New Haven, CT 06520

Registration & Fees:
Register before June 1st for the early bird rate of $900 for all three days, or after June 1st for $1000. Student discounts are available.

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About the Program:
The Minding the Baby® (MTB) National Office offers a three-day Training Institute annually on the Yale University Campus. This training is focused on the clinical strategies and approaches applied within the innovative MTB clinical practice. MTB National Office faculty and staff provide an introduction to the basic constructs and techniques of the MTB reflective parenting model. The Institute can serve as a stand-alone training, lead to a full-scale replication of MTB, or provide the basis for ongoing consultation and supervision to organizations with similar reflective parenting programs.

This training is aimed at preparing clinicians and other program staff to develop and implement interdisciplinary reflective parenting programs in their own unique communities. The Institute introduces a range of clinical approaches that are key for successful reflective home visiting programs. These approaches, which are theoretically grounded, are derived from MTB clinician experiences in the field.

Continuing Education:
Contact hours are currently available for social workers and nurses. CEU credits for additional disciplines may be offered in the future. General certificates of participation are offered to all participants.

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Organizational NYS-AIMH Members

We welcome all organizations that share our mission of supporting the mental health of young children.

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