Tue, Jul 20 | Zoom

Challenging Behaviors: Finding the Child Beneath the Challenges [Part One]

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Challenging Behaviors: Finding the Child Beneath the Challenges [Part One]

Time & Location

Jul 20, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM MDT
Zoom

About the Event

Click here to register: https://forms.gle/io3ibg8i4WNyYjaP7

Join COAEYC and Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant Corinna Crandall LMFT, IMH-E as we approach challenging behaviors with curiosity.  In this interactive workshop we will attempt to put challenging behaviors into different contexts and learn tools and proactive strategies to use with individual children and with the entire class.  The workshop also provides space to reflect on what you bring into the classroom and to tap into your strengths during challenging times.  This virtual workshop includes small group discussions, so be prepared to be present and visible; participation makes this a richer experience for all.

July 20th and 27th

5:30-7:30pm

COAEYC Member Price: $13

Non-Member Price: $25

You must attend both sessions to get a certificate for this course. You will earn 4 clock hours upon completion.

Payment Details: Please fill out this form and someone from COAEYC will contact you soon with a payment instructions. Registration is processed on a first come, first serve basis. If you need to cancel your registration, you must contact enola@coloradoaeyc.org by 5:00 PM on July 18th to receive a refund.

About the Instructor: Corinna Crandall began her career in early childhood education working in a variety of settings including: child care centers, traditional preschools, home based care and as a nanny.  She also spent time in K/1 classrooms before pursuing her master's in Marriage and Family Therapy.  As a therapist, Corinna worked with young children and their families who were experiencing family discord due to situations such as a divorce or parenting challenges.  In addition she spent over 10 years working with children who were in foster care or who were at risk of being removed from their home.  Corinna's 30+ years of experience in early childhood came together in her current position as an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant.  Corinna is a licensed marriage and family therapist and was recently endorsed by CoAIMH as an infant mental health specialist.