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Training ID: 1164058
Citrus Health Network Presents: Healthy Beginnings, Part 2: Creating Secure and Nurturing Caregiving Relationships
Start Date: 4/19/2023
From: 5:30 PM
To: 6:30 PM
Last day to register: 4/18/2023
Availability: 47 seats available
In-Service: 1.00
Language: English
Trainer: Citrus Health Network

Citrus Health Network, Inc.




Citrus Health Network, Inc., Early Childhood Development Services is offering a two-part series for early care and education partners aimed at increasing their understanding of the importance of development, mental health, and nurturing relationships in the early years.  This series will be available in English and Spanish, and a certificate of attendance will be provided.


Healthy Beginnings, Part 2: Creating Secure and Nurturing Caregiving Relationships



Attachment is an important framework for understanding human connection. Our earliest connections, the connections between a baby and caregivers, lay the foundation for healthy brain development and establish patterns for connecting with others later in life. This presentation provides an overview of attachment and strategies for how to foster a secure attachment with young children to promote healthy brain development, learning, and relationships.  



After this session participants will be able to:  

  • Define attachment and what it means to be a secure base
  • Describe serve and return
  • List strategies to nurture secure attachment in the caregiver- child relationship
Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 989 3371 1706
Password: 178209
Contact Information: Professional Development Institute - professionaldevelopment@elcmdm.org - 305.646.7220 ext. 2350