This course will help participants understand the importance of early attachment experiences and use that understanding to support children and caregivers in being able to connect in meaningful ways.
Participants will have increased knowledge about how early attachment experiences inform current ways of relating to others. Participants will have increased knowledge about how to help caregivers understand what their children need from them in order to support and promote secure attachment behaviors.
9:00-9:30 Introduction to Attachment Theory
9:30-10:00 Review of attachment behaviors and patterns
10:00-10:30 Using an attachment lens to understand caregivers’ and children’s difficulties in connecting
10:30-11:00 Ways to support and promote caregivers and children's attachment relationships
Continuing Education Credits:
-QUALIFIED INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES PROFESSIONAL (QIDP): This event meets the MDCH training requirement for QIDP staff = 2 Hours.
-CHILD MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL (CMHP): This event meets the MDCH training requirement for CMHP staff = 2 hours
- MICHIGAN SOCIAL WORK PROFESSIONALS: This event meets the MDCH training requirement for Social Work Professionals = 2 hours
For questions please call Monica Hampton at Mhampton@dwihn.org or 313-269-1117