Technology and the Still-Face Paradigm: The Importance of Connection

  1. Projects
  2. Jane Clarke, PhD.
  3. Technology and the Still-Face Paradigm: The Importance of Connection

Description

Explore the importance of social engagement and connection to a young child’s development and how interruptions to parent-child interactions due to technology are like the Still-Face paradigm and can affect interactions between parents and child.

Community Partner Training- Sponsored by CYFD-BHS

3 Social Work CEU | 3.15 Length

Trainer:
Jane Clarke, PhD.

Learning Objectives

  • Participants will understand the importance of social engagement and connection to a young child’s development.
  • Participants will recognize how interruptions to parent-child interactions due to technology are similar to the Still-Face paradigm.
  • Participants will recognize how the intimacy barrier can affect parent-child interactions.
  • Participants will learn how opportunities for face-to-face interactions with a caregiver are necessary for the development of social-communication skills.
  • Participants will learn how to promote screen-free time periods for parent–child interactions to support a young child’s development.

Registration

"*" indicates required fields

Hidden
Training Title*
Date/Time Selection*
Name*
Email*
Do you work with or on behalf of children & youth and their families?*
Is your organization funded, at least in part, by State of New Mexico public funds (direct contracts and/or Medicaid)?*
Are you currently enrolled as a Medicaid NM Provider who would be interested in learning how to become an IMH CPP Provider?*
Statement of Understanding*

Do you wish to receive periodic news and updates from the Center of Innovation?

You will be redirected to our communication opt in page upon submitting this registration.*
You will be redirected to our communication opt in page upon submitting this registration.