During this workshop, we will address strategies to help your child cope and manage his or her feelings and identify and discuss common anxiety triggers, such as school situations, social dynamics, sleep, and separation issues.
This training is open to First 5 partners, therapeutic and related service providers, and parents! Certificates are available upon request, indicating hours earned against the Infant-Family Early Childhood Mental Health Guidelines.
Kelley Abrams is a Developmental Psychologist and Parenting Consultant regularly sought after for her expertise from parents, schools and organizations. She has served families with a diverse range of needs including premature infants, childhood behavioral difficulties, developmental delays, disability, giftedness, and autism. She is a highly skilled facilitator with experience working with both parents and professionals and she is passionate about bridging science, practice, and policy to support the healthy development of all children and families.
Kelley received her PhD from UC Berkeley where she focused on infant-parent attachment, empathy in preschoolers, parenting behaviors and traumatic loss and abuse within families.