Pre-recorded Webinars on Infant/Toddler Social and Emotional Development

Tuesday, April 9 -
Saturday, May 18, 2019

Pre-recorded Webinars on Infant/Toddler Social and Emotional Development

These are pre-recorded webinar recordings. You can watch them whenever you choose. Just click on the link provided for each webinar.

Play With Young Children: The FUNdamentals of Social Emotional Development

Play is the accessible and fun way to build foundations for social, emotional and cognitive early development in infants and toddlers. Learn about stress and signs and sources of dysregulation in young children; learn and practice play-based strategies to promote a child's regulatory capacities and enhance all types of development.

Presenter: Jennifer Faasse

Length: 1 Hour

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Developing Self-Regulation Skills in Young Children

Learn what self-regulation is; what makes it difficult for children to self-regulate and how warm and responsive care-giving can support self-regulation in infants and young children. Also, learn strategies that are a combination of investigation and problem-solving. Calm adults lead to calm children.

Presenter: Marjorie Brickley

Length: 1.5 Hours

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The webinars are provided in partnership with the Socio-Emotional Formation Initiative (SEFI) at the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health at Montclair State University.

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Last Updated: 04/09/19