Stress: The impact, consequences and interventions to promote sensitive parenting and healthy child development
This half-day workshop will give participants an overview of the effects of stress on the quality of parenting behavior, children’s brain development and lifelong consequences for physical and mental health, behavior and learning. The content includes the determinants of parenting and rationale for a two-generation approach in early childhood programs that focuses on adult capacities to manage stress and buffer young children from stress.
Judy Grossman, DrPH, OTR is Associate Director of Ackerman’s Center for the Developing Child and Family and Director of Ackerman’s Resilient Families: Children with Special Needs Project. In addition to her family therapy practice, Dr. Grossman is adjunct faculty at NYU’s Department of Occupational Therapy; public health and special education consultant and policy analyst; and creator of the Personal Best prevention program for parents.
Date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
CE Contact Hours: 3.5
If you are an Ackerman alumni of the Externship or current Ackerman student, please contact the Training Department to register.
212 879-4900, ext 111