We can bring the following workshops to your site and offer childcare credit for each class. Workshops are $15 per person. Special rates apply for groups over 25 people. Contact Deborah Mugno, Director of Education and Operations, at 919.677.1400 for additional information or to schedule training sessions.
The Anxious Child (2 hours)
Is your child anxious? Do you have an anxious child in your classroom? How would you know? What would you look for? What can you do? Spend a few hours with a nationally renowned child psychiatrist/analyst and get information and answers.
Using Children’s Books to Support Social/Emotional Growth (1.5 hours)
Magnetic Messages: Helping Young Children with Verbal Conflict Resolution (2 hours)
Experiment with pyramids and patterns of dialogue that make a significant difference in the way children respond
Preventing “Dis-enrollment” in Childcare (2 hours)
Examine the common reasons for “dis-enrollment” and learn strategies to prevent these unfortunate and difficult situations
Red Flags, Pink Flags: Recognizing and Assisting Children with Developmental Delays (2 hours)
Identify risk factors and developmental delays in young children in order to make timely referrals and develop appropriate interventions
Autism: Issues and Answers (1.5 hours)
Understand the autism spectrum and explore strategies to work with children with autism in an inclusive classroom
Weaving the Social/Emotional Curriculum into Everyday Routines (2 hours)
The social/emotional curriculum is an integral part of classroom interactions. Learn to effectively facilitate social emotional competencies in everyday routines and activities.
Professionalism in Childcare: Raising the Bar (1.5 hours)
Explore and examine techniques and strategies for setting and reaching professional goals
Elements of a Safe Emotional Environment for Children and Staff (1.5 hours)
Create a school and classroom environment that is sensitive to the emotional needs of both children and staff
Atypical Young Children: Social/Emotional Issues/Challenges (2.5 hours)
Develop strategies to assist atypical children with social and emotional difficulties; help parents support their child’s emotional growth