Social Emotional Development and Regulation: Foundations for Learning and Relationships

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  2. Jane Clarke, PhD.
  3. Social Emotional Development and Regulation: Foundations for Learning and Relationships

Description

This 3-hour 15-minute seminar will explore how the development of social-emotional skills first begins with the fundamental understanding that children need supportive relationships to develop the capacity for self-regulation. Diverse cultures impart to children how to manage and regulate emotions, socialize, and engage with others, but the effects of trauma and adversity can derail that transmission.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

3 Social Work CEU | 3.15 Length

Trainer:
Jane Clarke, PhD.

Learning Objectives

  •  Participants will recognize the central themes and phases of Social-Emotional Development and Regulation.
  • Participants will understand the relational perspective and the role of parenting in fostering Social-Emotional Development and Regulation.
  • Participants will be able to identify how trauma interferes with sensitive parenting and can derail Social-Emotional Development and Regulation.
  • Participants will be able to discuss how to support Sensitive and Responsive Parent-Child Relationships that foster Social-Emotional Development and Regulation.

Registration

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