About the Event

Presented by Kristin Tenney-Blackwell, MA, LLP, IMH-E

The environments in which young children spend time have a tremendous impact on their overall development and well-being. This session will focus on environmental considerations, including relationships, that match children's way of knowing and help support resilience and healing. It will include many practical ways to inspire safety, connection, and learning that will engage in meaningful experiences. 

 

This is a FREE training. Light refreshments provided. Registration deadline is November 8, 2019. Foster and adoptive parents, birth parents, caregivers, and professionals are all welcome! 

 

Presented by the Northern Michigan Infant Mental Health Consortium,

a collaborative effort of MDHHS and Northern Michigan Child Caring Agencies. 

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