Upcoming: Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation FAN Training
Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation FAN Training
“With attunment, interactions flow— powerful”
“I love the ARC!”
“The FAN really helped me to help them find their way, not my way.”
“I saw a difference in my consultation sessions right away.”
This session is for mental health consultants and clinicians interested in providing infant/early childhood mental health consultation to support to early childhood programs (home visiting, early care, Birth to Three, child welfare)
DATE: May 15th, 2019 & August 21st, 2019
The FAN training, developed by Linda Gilkerson at the Erikson Institute, is a framework for family engagement through attunement in interactions and reflective practice. FAN is also a way to practice consultative stance and hold relationships, core components of Infant/Early Childhood mental health consultation. This is a two-part training and includes a commitment to complete reflection tools to support implementation of the concepts learned in the training and monthly group coaching calls to discuss the tools and receive additional support.
Lana Nenide, Director Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health, ZERO TO THREE Academy Fellow, a graduate of the Napa Infant-Parent Mental Health Post Graduate Certificate Program, and a national FAN trainer
Staci Sontoski , Home Visiting Training and Technical Assistance Program manager at UW-Milwaukee is a graduate of the Infant, Early Childhood and Family Mental Health Capstone Certificate Program and national FAN trainer.
Registration open now through PDS online. # 12724