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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.


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.

**If you do not see the receipt in your inbox, please check your SPAM/Junk folder.**

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: Fostering Cultural Humility

Webinar Summary

Join our upcoming Fostering Cultural Humility Training for professionals working with children and families focused on enhancing cultural competence and fostering an inclusive environment. Participants will engage in interactive discussion and activities designed to increase awareness of cultural differences and develop practical strategies for effectively communicating and building relationships with families from diverse communities.


  • Self-Awareness

  • Cultural Humility

  • Family Relationships and Dynamics

August 7, 2024
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM 

August 27, 2024
11:00 AM -12:30 PM

September 24, 2024

1:00 PM -2:30 PM


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Renee Mirick, MS

Early Relational Health Specialist

Renee Mirick holds a Master of Science in Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Child Learning & Development from the University of Texas at Dallas. As an Early Relational Health Specialist, her mission is to cultivate awareness of healthy relationships within the first three years of life. She is dedicated to supporting relationships with caregivers, families, professionals, and organizations, to foster a stronger, positive, more nurturing ecosystem for all infants and toddlers. 

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Jyrah Knight, MS, IMH-E

Director of Professional and Parent Education

Jyrah Knight holds a Master’s degree in Family Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in Child Development from Texas Woman’s University. With a family-centered approach, she has dedicated her career to working with children and families, making significant strides in these areas. As a former Early Intervention Specialist for ECI, Jyrah gained invaluable experience in influencing a child’s microsystem, reaching families from diverse cultural backgrounds, assisting families in navigating crises, and implementing engaging exercises to promote early childhood development. Additionally, Jyrah is a self-published children's book author, further showcasing her commitment to the well-being and growth of young children.


Neomi Fletcher, MS

Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Trainer at Project Curate

Neomi Fletcher is a skilled convener and facilitator of “dialogues for change.” Her passion for
this work stems from the stark differences she personally experienced moving from a
well-resourced zip code to an under-resourced zip code. Neomi holds a variety of degrees and
credentials lending to her lens of expertise. She holds an Associates Degree in Early Childhood
Education from Community College of Aurora, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University in Policy Studies with a focus in Urban and Social Policy, a Master of Divinity at Candler School of Theology with a focus in Theology and Ethics and a certificate in Mindful Inclusion from
Cornell University. She currently works as a consultant with Project Curate and as an Early Childhood Policy Advocate at Children at Risk. Neomi is also the mother of three vibrant young people. In her free time, Neomi enjoys dancing, writing and traveling.

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