Core Competency: Typical and Atypical

Core Competency: Typical and Atypical Development in Children 0-5

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

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Featuring: Jenna Haeflinger-Kurtz, LMFT, CA Endorsed IFECMHS, RPF-II, Director of Early Intervention and Community Wellness at Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic and Quint Paige, LMFT, RPT-S, Training Coordinator with the Policy and Training Institute 

Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

(Registration begins at 8:30 am)

Early Bird Registation: $99 (ends 4/21/2015) 

Registration Fee: $110

Continuing education (6 hrs) - $15

Description: This beginning level training will help participants to identify key developmental milestones in motor, sensory, language, cognitive, and social-emotional development, as well as identify important red flags of developmental constriction in birth to five year old children. Differences in how infants’ and toddlers’ individual constitutional differences (as well as their caregiver’s individual differences) contribute to milestone development will be discussed. Participants will also be able to implement strategies for detecting stress responses in young children by identifying how stress can mask typical milestone development. Both typical and atypical development will be observed through video clips. This workshop counts toward knowledge domain training hours required for those seeking CA IFECMH endorsement.

Location:

Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic 

3787 S. Vermont Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90007

Parking off-site (*$15) in Exposition parking lot across the street.

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