Two multi-part online modules for all working with young children

Pennsylvania Project LAUNCH is opening a third opportunity for intensive online learning in trauma and implicit bias. Support will be available for up to 20 professionals who work in Pennsylvania with children (birth-8) and their families.
Application deadline extended to Friday, March 1, 2019!

Pennsylvania Project LAUNCH is pleased to announce two asynchronous online learning opportunities focusing on trauma and implicit bias, and their impact on infant & early mental health and relationship development.

Too Mad & Too Sad to Add:
The Impact of Early Childhood Trauma
and its Effect on Children's Learning and Development

Understanding Implicit Bias: Cultural Humility and Institutional Racism

Each module is delivered online across multiple weeks at your own pace, and includes:
Four asynchronous online lessons over five weeks;
techniques to try in the classroom; and
online facilitated group discussion.

We are partnering with Trying Together and The Sprout Center for Emotional Growth & Development, two programs that specialize in providing high-quality online coursework in infant and early childhood mental health. These programs are designed for working professionals who serve young children and their families in any area: early childhood education, home visiting, early intervention, primary health and mental health care, child welfare and other areas of practice. In addition, all offerings are aligned with the Infant Mental Health Endorsement® (IMH-E®) and Early Childhood Mental Health Endorsement® (ECMH-E®) offered through the Pennsylvania Association for Infant Mental Health (PA-AIMH).



Too Mad & Too Sad to Add: Five weeks starting Monday, April 1, 2019
Understanding Implicit Bias: Five weeks starting Monday, May 27, 2019
FAQ at: http://bit.ly/Extra-Modules-3-FAQ

Click below to apply!

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