Neurorelational Development Webinar - Pennsylvania Key - Afternoon Session
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A child’s brain undergoes an amazing period of development from birth to three—producing more than a million neural connections each second. This session provides participants with an understanding of how brain development occurs within the context of relationships in infancy and early childhood. Participants will explore key concepts such as “mind-sight,” “serve & return,” experience dependency and expectancy, as they relate to neural development. Participants will learn how the limbic system and executive functioning are mediated through relationships and experience. Finally, participants will examine the impact of trauma and toxic stress on brain development.
a. Participants will learn about early brain development and the role of relationships and environment.
b. Participants will understand key concepts such as critical/sensitive periods, mindsight and serve and return.
c. Participants will learn how to support neuro-relational development in infants and young children and how to support those children who have experienced trauma or toxic stress.