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Early Relational Health Training

About Our ERH Trainings

The Early Relational Health Program has a variety of trainings available for professionals seeking to learn more about and integrate early relational health into their work and the early childhood ecosystem. Our Foundations of Connection webinar series explores a new topic each quarter and will introduce participants to the knowledge and skills needed to build and support strong, positive, and nurturing relationships.

 

We also have more in depth training opportunities such as our Strengthening Foundations Cohort Series where participants will connect with one another and gain specific skills to implement early relational health in their work with families. The Early Relational Health Specialist is also able to work collaboratively with organizations to provide custom training opportunities.

Pricing

Foundations of Connections - FREE for professionals across the state.

Strengthening Foundations Cohort Series and Custom ERH trainings -  FREE for professionals in the Episcopal Health Service Region

Find out if you are in the EHF service region HERE!

Links to Join the Webinar

Links will be on your receipt of registration, as well as e-mailed to you the day before.

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ERH Training and Coaching Menu

To learn more about custom training and ERH coaching opportunities view our ERH menu HERE.

Each webinar is broadcast live in Central Standard Time

Continuing Education (SW, LPC, CPE) will be given for each webinar.

Scheduled Trainings

Foundations of Connection: Nurturing Relationships

Dates
April 23, 2024
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM 

May 28, 2024
11:00 AM -12:00 PM

June 26, 2024

11:00 AM -12:00 PM

Webinar Summary

This course dives into the elements of strong, positive, and nurturing relationships between caregivers and children. Participants will explore co-regulation and sensitive caregiving strategies, but will also strengthen understanding of the reciprocal benefits of the two-way relationships.

Learning Objectives

  • Define what forms a strong, positive, and nurturing relationship between a caregiver and child.

  • Discuss co-regulation and sensitive caregiving strategies that build self-regulation in young children.

  • Identify three benefits that caregivers receive from having a strong, positive, nurturing relationship with their child(ren).

Competencies

  • Relationship-focused Practice

  • Family Relationships and Dynamics

  • Supporting Others

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