RECURSO EN ESPANOL

ANNUNCIO:

La supervisión / consulta reflexiva [RSC] es la reflexión colaborativa regular entre un proveedor de servicios y un consultor reflexivo preparado que se basa en el uso de pensamientos, sentimientos y valores de los profesionales dentro de un encuentro de servicio para mejorar el trabajo de los profesionales con otros.  

Nuestros grupos de RSC se reúnen bimestralmente durante 2 horas cada sesión durante 12 sesiones, proporcionando 24 horas de Supervisión / Consulta reflexiva. Todos los facilitadores han sido capacitados y examinados por la Asociación de Salud Mental Infantil de Nueva Jersey para proporcionar RSC que se requiere para la aprobación de NJ-AIMH (www.nj-aimh.org/endorsement).  

Ofertas de grupos de consulta reflexiva:
Martes a las 7:00 pm con Jose Nieves 
Miércoles a las 5:00 pm con Yolanda Sosa
Sábado a las 9:00 am con Gloria Andrade


Los grupos comienzan la semana del lunes 2 de noviembre. Las plazas en cada grupo son limitadas, ¡así que regístrese temprano! Su facilitador se comunicará con usted antes de su primer grupo para compartir el enlace Zoom que usará para unirse a su grupo.
Haga clic aquí para registrarse en el grupo RSC
Si tiene alguna pregunta, envíe un correo electrónico al equipo de SEFI a sefi@montclair.edu

Virtual State Conference 2020

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you to those members who were able to attend Friday’s Webinar “Everyday Care from Everyday Heroes”.  In addition to celebrating our Eighth Annual June Handler Awardee and New Jersey Infant/Toddler Credentialed Educator, Ivet Perez. See Video

We also shared new tools, both in a mailing and now on our website.  Please share these with your colleagues.

To access the Keynote recording and the rest of the presentations we call “Everyday Heroes Conversations”, please use the password sent to your email! 

Each week in October we will release five new sessions for your review and participation. Complete each follow up survey and access additional 1.5 hours of professional development. With each weekly release, you will still have 30 days to review each presentation.

We ask that you share our resources but please keep your password confidential to give all of our early bird registrants preferred access.  Please note Conference Resources are located below.

I hope you’re able to view and enjoy each and every one.

Best regards,

Cynthia Soete MS Ed, IMH-E® President

Access the videos here »

A Pandemic within a Pandemic: How Coronavirus and Systemic Racism Are Harming Infants and Toddlers of Color

The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP), released a new brief, A Pandemic within a Pandemic: How Coronavirus and Systemic Racism Are Harming Infants and Toddlers of Color, that unpacks the harm of systemic racism to children’s development and describes how the coronavirus pandemic has magnified pervasive inequities in health, education, employment, and other factors across race and ethnicity.

Programs that help families meet their basic needs urgently need immediate shoring up. And policymakers must prioritize families of color who are most harmed by the coronavirus. We make the case for focusing on the needs of families of color with infants and toddlers in coronavirus relief and systemic policy reform efforts to ensure that policies do not continue or add to inequities.

Example of Parent & Caregiver Engagement Cards

Long time CITE member, Mary Lou Allen, initiated these ‘Building Brains from Birth to 36 Months of Life’  parent & caregiver engagement cards!
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