Share your lunch hour with leaders who are shaping equitable and innovative approaches to meet this moment for our youngest children, as we collectively recover from the past two years and transition into a new phase of this pandemic.
Adapt early childhood interventions to be culturally-centered for children and families
Navigate the collective trauma of the pandemic and differentiate between trauma and developmental delay in young children
Foster resilience with families to prevent and reduce abuse and strengthen parent-child attachment and child development
Dr. Marva Lewis
April 26, 2022 from 1pm–2pm (PT)
Sharing therapeutic cultural routines that help build strong family relationships, support child-parent attachment, and reduce child abuse using a Talk, Touch, and Listen® approach.
Dr. Kiti Freier-Randall
May 25, 2022 from 1pm–2pm (PT)
Exploring the trauma of the past two years and the potential for misdiagnosis and mismatched interventions as more children and families begin to re-engage with our local systems.
Dr. Dolores Subia BigFoot
June 23, 2022 from 1pm–2pm (PT)
Grounding early childhood interventions in Indigenous wisdom and practices to support children and families transitioning into a new season of pandemic life and coping with grief and loss.
All events in this series are free. You can register for as many as you want! If you have questions about this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org