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Addressing Behaviors that Challenge

This course explores how to use a relationship-based care approach to understand and respond to child behaviors that providers find challenging. Participants learn to respond to children’s behavior by deeply reflecting upon their own reactions to children’s behavior, regulating their emotional reactions, and engaging families to mutually understand the reasons for their children’s behavior.

Facilitating the Touchpoints Parenting Program

The Touchpoints Parenting Program is a practical, preventive curriculum designed to meet the needs of today’s families with the goal of supporting positive parent-child relationships. The curriculum consists of a series of parenting modules that early childhood program leaders can facilitate in their program to come alongside parents as they learn about their children and address issues facing their families.

The Touchpoints Parenting Program meets the Head Start Program Performance Standard for Parenting Curriculum.

National Substance Use Disorder Summit

Families in recovery are the experts on their families and their children — and on the unique challenges and opportunities of the first 1,000 days. This year, BTC is inviting family members with lived experience with SUD, including those who now devote their lives to supporting other families in recovery, to share with us their expertise.

Touchpoints Training: The How of Child and Family Engagement


Touchpoints: The How of Child and Family Engagement is an intensive training program that introduces the Touchpoints Approach, which is an evidence-based approach to building strong family-child relationships from before birth through age 5. Touchpoints provides a practical, preventive approach that supports professionals in forming strengths-based partnerships with families.

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