- May 11, 2018
- 8:30 AM
- The Interfaith Center of New York 475 Riverside Drive New York, NY 10115
Building Resilience in Young Children and their Families: Body-Mind Approaches
Infants and young children learn about the world and express themselves through sensation and movement before they develop language. This conference focuses on the rich nonverbal dimensions of both children’s and parents’ experiences. Our presenters will explore how sensory processing affects development and how touch, handling, and movement facilitation enhance a child’s capacities to self-regulate and build relationships. We will examine the nuances of nonverbal communication between parents and their children and share interventions to improve parent-child relationships and build resilience. We will highlight the importance of an inter-cultural framework to understand these relationships and will consider how childhood experiences of both professionals and parents impact their work and relationships.
Featuring Plenary Speakers: Suzi Tortora, Daniel Schechter, and Gilbert M. Foley!
We are pleased to be able to offer social work and education CEUs/CTLEs for participation in this year’s conference! Beverages and lunch will be provided.
Friday, May 11, 2018
8:30AM – 3:30PM
The Interfaith Center of New York
475 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10115
$100 for members
$130 for non-member
$95 for group registration (current organizational membership + 5 or more registered)
$50 for students
Advance registration will close on May 4th at 5:00PM
Limited same-day registration may be available but will be subject to an additional $20 fee.
For more information and to register, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/body-mind-approaches-to-building-resilience-tickets-44114342185