Mar
12
Sat
The Mindful and Reflective Parent: Strengthening Parent-Child Relationships through Parent @ Reiss Davis Child Study/Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services
Mar 12 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm

MARCH 12, 2016
9:30am–12:30pm
3 CE Credits | Diane Reynolds, LMFT

Presented by a pioneer in the area of infant-family/early childhood mental health and reflective parent education.

The presentation will introduce the core components of a parent-focused, mentalization-based approach to the prevention of childhood psychopathology and maltreatment, emphasizing mindful observation, flexible responsiveness, and reflection as practices that enhance and transform the quality of parent-child relationships. Through review and interactive discussion of audio/video case material specifically targeting the growth of parental reflective functioning, this approach will be illustrated in action, including strategies for working with parents whose history of trauma challenges parent-child relationship security.

Mar
17
Thu
Mindful Parenting Groups Level 1: Fundamentals Training DAY ONE @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Mar 17 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level 1 workshop is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists. The core components of mindful and reflective care of young children are introduced: mindful observation, flexible responsiveness, and reflection. The MPG model offers an interactive, development-driven, and
relationship-focused approach to strengthening the caregiver-child relationship and preventing child maltreatment. These experiential groups bring together infants, toddlers or preschoolers, along with their parents, for the express purpose of promoting childhood attachment security through increasing parental reflective functioning.

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Email info@reflectivecommunities.org to register

Mar
18
Fri
Mindful Parenting Groups Level 1: Fundamentals Training DAY TWO @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Mar 18 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level 1 workshop is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists. The core components of mindful and reflective care of young children are introduced: mindful observation, flexible responsiveness, and reflection. The MPG model offers an interactive, development-driven, and relationship-focused approach to strengthening the caregiver-child relationship and preventing child maltreatment. These experiential groups bring together infants, toddlers or preschoolers, along with their parents, for the express purpose of promoting childhood attachment security through increasing parental reflective functioning.

Click here to download a flyer and registration form.

Click here to register online.

Apr
14
Thu
Making the Most the Reflective Supervision: An Introduction Reflective Practice @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Apr 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Reflective supervision, reflective consultation, and reflective practice are terms used for the emerging approach now considered best practice for agencies where stress, high turnover, and service quality are significant issues. This one-day immersive, experiential workshop is designed for both supervisors and supervisees working as infant mental health and early childhood specialists, early childhood educators, home visitors, and other providers of infant-early childhood services. Utilizing video, role play, and small group exercises, participants will develop a comprehensive framework for understanding reflective supervision. This training satisfies 6 hours towards the California State IFECMH (Infant Family Early Childhood Mental Health) Endorsement.

Facilitated by: Diane Reynolds, MFT – Program Developer, MPG

6 CE credits

Click here for more information or Email info@reflectivecommunities

May
26
Thu
Reflective Parenting Program Level 1 Training: Fundamentals (Day 1) @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
May 26 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level  1 Training is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists.  Participants learn about a new approach to early intervention with parents based on a theoretical model of cognitive and emotional development emphasizing reflective functioning, or parental mentalization.  The training provides participants with a base of knowledge, a new way to work with the central issues in parent-child relationships, and a step-by-step method that can be utilized to help parents think about their children in a more reflective way.  Level  1 Training is a pre-requisite for Level 2 Supervision/ Co-facilitation of a 10-week Reflective Parenting Workshop.  Completion of Level 2 Training is required to conduct RPP parent groups.

Email to info@reflectivecommunities.org to register

Click here to download the flyer and registration form for this training.

 

May
27
Fri
Reflective Parenting Program Level 1 Training: Fundamentals (Day 2) @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
May 27 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level  1 Training is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists.  Participants learn about a new approach to early intervention with parents based on a theoretical model of cognitive and emotional development emphasizing reflective functioning, or parental mentalization.  The training provides participants with a base of knowledge, a new way to work with the central issues in parent-child relationships, and a step-by-step method that can be utilized to help parents think about their children in a more reflective way.  Level  1 Training is a pre-requisite for Level 2 Supervision/ Co-facilitation of a 10-week Reflective Parenting Workshop.  Completion of Level 2 Training is required to conduct RPP parent groups.

Email to info@reflectivecommunities.org to register

Click here to download the flyer and registration form for this training.

Sep
22
Thu
RPP Level 1: Fundamentals Training @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – Sep 23 @ 4:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level  1 Training is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists.  Participants learn about a new approach to early intervention with parents based on a theoretical model of cognitive and emotional development emphasizing reflective functioning, or parental mentalization.  The training provides participants with a base of knowledge, a new way to work with the central issues in parent-child relationships, and a step-by-step method that can be utilized to help parents think about their children in a more reflective way.  Level  1 Training is a pre-requisite for Level 2 Supervision/ Co-facilitation of a 10-week Reflective Parenting Workshop.  Completion of Level 2 Training is required to conduct RPP parent groups.

Facilitated by: John Grienenberger, PhD – Program Developer—RPP & RCP
Fee: $465 early bird rate, registrations received by 8/22/16
$515 regular registration after 8/22/16

Click here for RPP Level 1 Registration

Email to info@reflectivecommunities.org to register

Click here to download the flyer and registration form for this training.

Sep
23
Fri
RPP Level 1: Fundamentals Training @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – Sep 24 @ 4:00 pm

This two-day intensive Level  1 Training is designed for infant mental health and early childhood specialists.  Participants learn about a new approach to early intervention with parents based on a theoretical model of cognitive and emotional development emphasizing reflective functioning, or parental mentalization.  The training provides participants with a base of knowledge, a new way to work with the central issues in parent-child relationships, and a step-by-step method that can be utilized to help parents think about their children in a more reflective way.  Level  1 Training is a pre-requisite for Level 2 Supervision/ Co-facilitation of a 10-week Reflective Parenting Workshop.  Completion of Level 2 Training is required to conduct RPP parent groups.

Facilitated by: John Grienenberger, PhD – Program Developer—RPP & RCP
Fee: $465 early bird rate, registrations received by 8/22/16
$515 regular registration after 8/22/16

Click here for RPP Level 1 Registration

Email to info@reflectivecommunities.org to register

Click here to download the flyer and registration form for this training.

Oct
27
Thu
FULL! Making the Most the Reflective Supervision: An Introduction Reflective Practice @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Oct 27 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

PLEASE NOTE: This training is currently FULL. But we’ve added a second date, November 10th!

Reflective supervision, reflective consultation, and reflective practice are terms used for the emerging approach now considered best practice for agencies where stress, high turnover, and service quality are significant issues. This one-day immersive, experiential workshop is designed for both supervisors and supervisees working as infant mental health and early childhood specialists, early childhood educators, home visitors, and other providers of infant-early childhood services. Utilizing video, role play, and small group exercises, participants will develop a comprehensive framework for understanding reflective supervision. This training satisfies 6 hours towards the California State IFECMH (Infant Family Early Childhood Mental Health) Endorsement.

Facilitated by: Diane Reynolds, MFT – Program Developer, MPG
Fee: $125 early bird rate, registrations received by 9/27/16
$140 regular registration after 9/27/16

6 CE credits

Click here for more information or Email info@reflectivecommunities

Dec
1
Thu
Reflective Parenting Program 2.0: Booster Training for Launching the Updated RPP Curriculum @ New Center for Psychoanalysis
Dec 1 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

This full-day workshop is designed for clinicians who have successfully completed RPP Level 2 Facilitator or Level 3 Supervisor trainings, who wish to integrate use of the new RPP 2.0 curriculum into their practice or organization. Participants will learn about updates to the RPP preschool (3-5 year old) and school-aged (6-12 year old) curricula in English and Spanish that have been piloted over the past year, including integration of new topics within a 12-week curriculum: culture, attachment and the window of reflection, and reflecting on the emotional life of the parent. In the afternoon, training will focus on how to develop a group experience that specifically facilitates reflective process, utilizing case examples and vignettes. This training will take participants through the entire RPP 2.0 new curriculum and will include exercises designed to bring the material alive both for newly trained and more experienced RPP facilitators as well as RPP supervisors.

Facilitated by: John Grienenberger, PhD, Program Developer, RPP & Wendy Denham, PhD, Sr Trainer, RPP

Fee: $125 early bird rate, registrations received by 11/1/16
$140 regular registration after 11/1/16

6 CE credits

Click here for more information or email info@reflectivecommunities.org