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3 WEBINARS: Supporting emotional, psychological, and physical health of children


  • Supporting our children in the struggle against COVID-19 on 3/24
    5:30-6:30pm PT on Tuesday, March 24
    Please join Embrace Race for this webinar. We'll be joined by two special guests - clinical psychologist, Dr. Allison Bricoe-Smith, and developmental behavioral pediatrician, Dr. Adiaha Spinks-Franklin - for a conversation about how adults can support the emotional, psychological, and physical health of children in this shelter-in-place moment. As always, we'll leave lots of time for your questions and comments. As always, registration is free and we'll send you the transcript, a link to the recording, and relevant resources soon after the program. To register:
  • Flourishing Families: An activity-based curriculum for family-serving professionals on 4/9
    12-1pm on Thursday, April 9, 2020
    Please join the Center for the Study of Social Policy to learn about "Flourishing Families," an activity-based curriculum for family-serving professionals. Flourishing Families is a curriculum created by five certified "Bringing the Protective Factors Framework to Life in Your Work" trainers in Arizona. The curriculum is made up of activities that are designed to be used by home visitors and other family-serving professionals to engage parents in self-reflection about how protective factors show up (and can be built) in their lives. Note that for the first time, we are hosting this webinar on Zoom. If you haven’t used Zoom before, please connect a few minutes early to allow time for troubleshooting. To register:
  • FREE Access to 2 Early Childhood Webinars, Resources and Handouts on COVID-19: (click red tab at top of home page)
    Webinar #1 Being Your Own Emergency First Responder: Leaders Managing the Stress of Working in Response to COVID-19
    Facilitators: Julie Kurtz, Julie Nicholson and LaWanda Wesley
    Description: This webinar provides leaders with useful information to help them manage their own stress response to the uncertain climate created by COVID-19 and identify concrete practical strategies they can use right away to buffer stress and build resilience
    Webinar #2 Help! What Can We Do? Emergency Response Strategies for Early Childhood Educators Supporting Children and Families During COVID-19
    Facilitators: Julie Kurtz, Julie Nicholson and LaWanda Wesley

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