Course Overview

The foundations of all domains of human development are laid in the first three years of life. Basic to healthy development are the capacities to love, to develop a sense of self, and to adapt to one’s environment to promote the emotional well-being of young children. When we talk about Infant Mental Health, we mean a child’s ability to:

  • experience warm and responsive relationships with caregivers
  • create relationships with others
  • explore and learn
  • communicate in play
  • express and regulate emotion

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn Foundations of Infant Mental Health
  • Understand Baby Brain Development
  • Learn How to Support Social-Emotional Development in Very Young Children

Approved Endorsement Competencies:

  • infant/young child development & behavior
  • family relationships & dynamics
  • attachment, separation & loss
  • responding with empathy 

Single Course Price (1 Year Access)

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(This course is part of the "Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health" Track - View 'All Courses' for More Details)