2022 Fall Webinar Series: What Is I-ECMH, and What Does It Have To Do With Me?
Tuesday, October 4, 2022 - 12:00 to 13:00
Virtual Training – Zoom Video Conferencing
Registration closes October 3, 2022. All times listed are in Central.
This is the first webinar in the 2022 Fall Webinar Series: Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Awareness.
In this webinar, we will spend the hour diving deeper into understanding Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (I-ECMH). We'll go past simply defining it, and explore its impact on our own lives, as well as the impact on all humans - from infants through adulthood. The primary takeaway focuses on honoring the importance of these first years of life, along with a "call-to-action" on what we can do.
Define Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (I-ECMH)
Describe the impacts of I-ECMH
Relate the impacts of I-ECMH to self and others
Apply strategies to improve outcomes of I-ECMH for self and others
This webinar is intended for all professions.
Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance, agenda, and handouts.
Speaker: Carrie Gottschalk, MS, LIMHP
Carrie has spent over 25 years in the fields of education and mental and behavioral health working with children, adolescents and families. Past professional experiences include Boys Town, Peru State College, CEDARS Youth Services, and private practice. Carrie's clinical expertise focuses on early childhood mental health, with specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Teacher-Child Interaction Training. She is a Circle of Security – Parenting facilitator, certified compassion fatigue professional, and certified trainer and consultant in Reflective Practice. Carrie is dedicated to providing research-informed practices to parents, providers & professionals working with children with a focus on strengthening the social-emotional development of children through fostering secure adult-child relationships.