MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES

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2017/2018 Monthly Webinar Series Sponsored by:

PNC Grow Up Great® helps children from birth through age five develop a passion for learning that lasts a lifetime – and can help set them on a path to success.

PNC Grow Up Great

Webinars are free for First3Years members, and non-members can register for a webinar for $15. Each webinar is broadcast live in Central Standard Time.

1 Hour of Continuing Education (SW, LPC, ECI, CPE)

*CLICK A DATE AND TIME BELOW TO REGISTER*

Relationships as Foundations: Building Connections for Professionals

December 19 (2:00 pm)

Expert Session with Tasha Muhammad, LPC, RPT, IMH-E

December 21 (9:00 am)

As we wrap up 2017, our webinar series will highlight the importance of relationships in our work as child development professionals. We will take a reflective look at the meaning of our practice with children, families and colleagues, and we will discuss opportunities for connecting with others like you in the field. Join us for a renewing hour during your busy holiday month to recognize the importance of this work, and prepare to serve your clients in 2018.

Join us for our expert session with Tasha Muhammad, Licensed Professional Counselor and Play Therapist with MHMR Tarrant County. Tasha has expertise in various forms of therapeutic models for individual counseling. She is also proficient in Child-centered Play Therapy and numerous other models of therapeutic play. Tasha is very knowledgable about the impact of trauma and substance abuse on the brain and has experience in Trauma Focused CBT and Trauma Informed Care. Tasha will discuss personalities, interactions and supports in our professional relationships to enhance our impact with young children. Our professional relationships help children become school-ready as we model appropriate behaviors, and empower each other to make the greatest impact.

PREVIEW OF OUR 2018 WEBINAR SERIES BELOW:

WEBINAR SERIES SPONSORED BY PNC GROW UP GREAT

JANUARY | SIDS, Shaken Baby Syndrome and Child Abuse Prevention

FEBRUARY | Maternal Mental Health and the Impact on Child Development

MARCH | Equality vs. Equity in Early Childhood Education

APRIL | Infant Feeding Practices and Brain Development

MAY | Professional Mindfulness and Self-Care

JUNE | Baby Brain Development and Health

JULY | Drug Addicted Babies and Support for Development

AUGUST | Positive Discipline Practices in Early Childhood

SEPTEMBER | Strong Families for Stronger Communities

OCTOBER | Attachment Milestones in Early Childhood

NOVEMBER | Coparenting Strategies for Foster Care and Adoption

DECEMBER | Literacy in Early Childhood

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