• September 19, 2019
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

* Please note this workshop needs to be attended to register for part 2 on November 21*

In this part 1 of a 2-part foundational series we will explore the science of connection. Experts in Interpersonal Neurobiology have confirmed that relationships are central to healthy brain development. It is relationships that build brain architecture and provide a foundation for a child’s future learning capacities. In this workshop we will reflect on ‘Who I Need You to Be to Me’, relational foundations for supporting security. We will also look briefly at early brain development and expectations so that we are better positioned to support social and emotional development.

Suitable for early learning and child care professionals


Presenter: Rebecca Mitchell, MA

Rebecca Mitchell, MA has been practicing in the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health for the past 25 years. She currently works at The Centre for Child Development as a Mental Health Clinician, providing community education.

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