$35.00 / Seat

Start Date: May 16, 2023
Contact Hours: 1.5

This workshop will explore the similarities between isolation and depression, paying close attention to the distinct needs and behaviors of parents suffering from depression and anxiety.

Social isolation can have a profound impact on parental mental health and resilience, affecting both parents and their children.  You will learn coping skills you can share with parents to address the effects of isolation in the short and long terms. You will also learn when to consult with mental health professionals in your work with families.

Course format:

Live interactive webinar on Tuesday, May 16 @ 2 pm ET / 11 am PT

# of hours:

1.5 clock hour certificate will be provided

Audience:

Professionals who work with families of young children, including early care educators, family child care providers, mental health consultants, home visitors, pediatricians, early interventionists, and more.

This course is part of the Supporting Everyone’s Mental Health workshop series. Many families and providers who serve them are under enormous stress. As professionals working with young children and their families, we need to care for our own mental health while we tend to the mental health of the families with whom we work. This series offers family-facing providers of all professions strategies they can use in their work and in their personal lives that honor everyone’s experiences, build resilience, and nurture self-care. Register for each webinar individually or sign up for the whole series.

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