Faculty Symposium 2019

 

Working at the Intersection of Culture, Diversity and Infant Mental Health

 July 30 – July 31, 2019 | St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN | CEUs available

Through May 15 – $375 | After May 15 – $395
*Price includes room and meals

At this interactive multidisciplinary workshop, attendees will:

  • Discover innovative strategies and resources for teaching Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health principles and practices;
  • Learn how to integrate materials into their curricula across disciplines;
  • Receive information for teaching IECMH-related topics; and,
  • Learn how to introduce students to an infant mental health approach to two-generation work across disciplines.

You’ll receive access to a website containing 10+ modules with resources for embedding information on infant mental health topics that can be easily integrated into your existing curricula. You’ll also receive the new module on “Working at the Intersection of Culture, Diversity and Infant Mental Health.

Visit facultysymposiumresources.com for updates and registration information.

*If you have any questions, please contact Arielle Handevidt at ahandevidt@macmh.org

What have prior attendees had to say about the Symposia?

“The most important learning I’m taking away from this is all the concrete tools, activities and ways to organize this information. I gained ideas and frameworks and the resources to enact these ideas.”

“So many application ideas! I used many of the materials from year one and now have so many more. The time and attention spent to create all the resources is so appreciated. The materials are invaluable! This is probably the best professional development opportunity I have experienced during the past year (and last year’s symposium too).”

“I think what really happened over the [Symposium] highlights the importance of working across disciplines to support parents and families…this group is really core to continuing that effort as we prepare future practitioners in multiple disciplines.”

“Practical! Coming away with many powerful teaching tools.”

IECMH Symposia are the result of a unique partnership and made possible through cross-disciplinary collaboration by staff and faculty, and with support from: Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health – Infant and Early Childhood Division (MACMH-IEC); Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MNSCU); Saint Paul College; St. Cloud State University; Greater St. Cloud Area Thrive; the Center for Early Education and Development (CEED); the Center for Leadership Education in Maternal and Child Public Health at the University of Minnesota (UMN); Minnesota Department of Education and Minnesota Department of Human Services.

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