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Spring 2016 Dallas Food For Thought

Strengthening the Village 

A SERIES OF INFANT MENTAL HEALTH TOPICS
DESIGNED TO PROVIDE YOU WITH NEW INFORMATION AND
PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR WORKING
WITH YOUNG CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Non-member: $25 per session
Member: $15 per session
Student Non-Member: $15 per session
Student Member: $10 per session
Season Pass: $75

11:15am  Registration  11:30am  – 1:00 pm Training

LUNCH and CEUs Included 

New Meeting Location: 

Trinity River Mission

2060 Singleton Blvd. Suite 104 Dallas, Texas, 75212

Click here for directions!

The building is shared with Habitat for Humanity, so it does say Habitat for Humanity on the building. The entrance on Singleton is for TRM (Trinity River Mission).

Dallas Food for Thought 2016 is Sponsored byWaldman

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Register for the Events Below

January 29, 2016
Identification of Anxiety and Depression during
Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period

Kim Kertsburg

Approved Endorsement Competencies: 
Pregnancy & early parenthood (Theoretical Foundations), Observation & listening (Direct Service Skills) Screening & assessment (Direct Service Skills) 
Responding with empathy (Direct Service Skills)

February 19, 2016
Culture Sensitivity
Joy Campbell & Lisa Golightly

Approved Endorsement Competencies (Working with Others): 
Building & maintaining relationships, Supporting others, Collaborating, Resolving conflict
Cultural Competence, Empathy & compassion (Theoretical Foundations),
Responding with empathy (Direct Service Skills)

April 1, 2016
Infant Cues and Toddler Clues: Helping Parents and Caregivers Respond Appropriately to Young Children

Dr. Frosch 

Approved Endorsement Competencies: 
Infant & young child development and behavior, Infant/young child & family-centered practice (Theoretical Foundations), Observation & listening (Direct Service Skills) 

April 29, 2016
Homelessness and Early Childhood Trauma:
Health Education Intervention Utilizing Music

Lee Johnson

Approved Endorsement Competencies: 
Attachment, separation & loss,  Psychotherapeutic & Behavioral theories of
change (Theoretical Foundations), Supportive counseling (Direct Service Skills) 

NEW DATE: May 13, 2016

DATE CHANGED FROM: May 20, 2016
Healthy Eating Behaviors: Nurturing the Parent/Child Feeding Relationship
Dr. Holub

Approved Endorsement Competencies: 
Infant & young child development and behavior, Infant/young child & family-centered practice (Theoretical Foundations), Treatment planning, Developmental guidance, Observation & listening (Direct Service Skills) 

 

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