The Infant-Parent Institute

Seminars and Training

 

March 24, 2018

San Francisco, CA.  Keynote ("Selma Would Never Have Called it Mindfulness, But That's Exactly What She Showed Us" at the one-day conference celebrating the centenary of the birth of Selma Fraiberg:  "The Magic Years of Selma Fraiberg:  Clinician, Researcher, Writer".  San Francisco State University. Co-sponsored by the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work, and The Sanville Institute.  For more information, contact: www.sanville.edu/selma.    

March 26-27, 2018

Ventura, CA.  All-day training, with Karen Buckwalter:  "The Intersection of Attachment Theory and Developmental Neurobiology:  Collaborating with each Other, and with Caregivers, to Understand the Behavior of Young Children."  Preceded by an evening session with parents; followed by a clinical intensive.  Sponsored by Kids and Families Together.  For more information, contact Faith Friedlander:  faith@kidsandfamilies.org. 

April 13, 2018

Lansing, MI.  First in a 2018 series of all-day clinical workshops on "Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families:  What Makes it Work?"  April 13, June 22 and October 12.  The April session is entitled, "Infant-Parent Psychotherapy During Pregnancy".  Sponsored by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.  For more information, contact Sheryl Goldberg, Ex. Director:  sgoldberg@mi-aimh.org.

June 8, 2018

Cincinnati, OH.  All-day training for infant-toddler teachers on working with children of trauma in the childcare setting.  Sponsored by SE Ohio Association for Infant Mental Health.  For more information, contact Stacey Cornett:  scornett@thechildrenshomecinti.org.   

June 22, 2018

Lansing, MI.  Second in a 2018 series of all-day clinical workshops on "Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families:  What Makes it Work?"  April 13, June 22 and October 12.  The June session is entitled, "Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families".  Sponsored by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.  For more information, contact Sheryl Goldberg, Ex. Director:  sgoldberg@mi-aimh.org.

October 6

Virginia Beach, VA. Closing Keynote ("Mindfulness:  Key to Working With, and Living With, Children of Loss and Trauma") at the 30th Annual ATTACh Conference. For more information, contact:  www.attach.org.  

October 12, 2018

Lansing, MI.  Third and final in a 2018 series of all-day clinical workshops on "Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families:  What Makes it Work?"  April 13, June 22 and October 12.  The October session is entitled, "Dyadic Psychotherapy with Toddlers and Preschoolers and Their Families".  Sponsored by the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.  For more information, contact Sheryl Goldberg, Ex. Director:  sgoldberg@mi-aimh.org.

March 4, 2019

Iron Mountain, MI.  All-day training for CMH therapists, child welfare workers, early intervention classroom teachers and home visitors, and public health nurses on “The Voices of Babies:  The Stories Infants and Toddlers Carry in Their Minds, and How They Express Them in Behavior”.  Evening session for parents.  For more information, contact Cherie Fila: cfila@norwaymi.com. 

March 22, 2019

Burlington, VT.  All-day keynote at the Vermont Foster Adoptive Family Association annual conference on “The Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and Loss:  Uncovering and Rebuilding the Early Narratives of Foster and Adopted Children”.  For more information, contact Jesilyn Amsden, vfafacoordinator@gmail.com,  or see: www.vfafaconference.org.

May 10, 2019

Freeport, ME.  All-day keynote, annual conference of the Maine Association for Infant Mental Health.  For more information, contact Debra Nugent Johnson:  debranj@aol.com, or see www.infantmentalhealth.org.

November 8, 2019     

Denver, CO.  Keynote at the 2019 International Congress of the Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, on “The Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and Loss:  Uncovering and Rebuilding Prenatal and Infant Narratives”.  For more information, contact Jeane Rhodes, PhD, Congress Chair:  congress@birthpsychology.com.