Engaging Parents Through Motivational Interviewing with First3Years
This training will highlight the role Motivational Interviewing plays in helping parents become change agents in their own lives, which ultimately effect the lives of their children. Motivational Interviewing is a four-process model by William Miller and Stephen Rollnick that increases your clients motivation for change. Caring for the caregiver includes making sure that their voices are heard at every stage of their child’s development.
Ethics For Early Childhood Professionals with First3Years
Early childhood ethics is a topic that is important for providers to understand and think about frequently. As Early Childhood Professionals, we often find ourselves in situations that are difficult to manage. It is our duty to make ethical decisions regarding our profession, and the clients we serve. This session will discuss ethical systems that are specifically reflective of those working with children and families. These systems of ethical supervision will allow individuals access to customized training content that helps to prevent ethical misconduct and help to identify ethical problems in their infancy before they develop further.
Fatherhood Engagement Training with SJRC Parenting & Prevention Program
Become more father-friendly in the services that you provide by participating in guided discussion and self-reflection with your personal experiences, biases, and comfortability in serving the ‘dad’ population.
Mirrors, Windows & Doors with San Antonio Public Library
Diversity in Early Childhood Classrooms
Transitions for Toddlers with First3Years
As you can imagine, transitions for toddlers are not always easy. They are usually followed by tantrums if we do not have a transition plan in plan. This training will discuss the benefits of planning for transitions to create routines that make children feel safe and secure in any environment.
Trauma in Early Childhood with First3Years
This training will define and share the prevalence and impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences. Discussion revolves around the importance of protective factors and providing healthy relationships as a buffer to adverse childhood experiences.