Attachment with Medically Fragile Children


Attachment with Medically Fragile Children Exploring the Effects of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder on Early Attachment and Beyond Event Registration Page Thursday, December 10, 2020 • 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Presented by: Dr. Ann Yabusaki Eri Rodrigues, LSW Terra Daniel *Login information will be provided after registration via an email from Zoom*

Celebrate Babies! Day 5


October 23, 2020 Center on the Developing Child The Center on the Developing Child provides numerous resources for parents, caregivers and professionals.  These resources are easy to use, scientifically-based and free!  Here are a few short videos for you to view and ponder as you wrap up celebrating babies.  The first video is on

Celebrate Babies! Day 4


October 22, 2020 How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across the Lifetime On Day 4 of Celebrate Babies, we urge you to think about "childhood trauma across the lifetime."  In her TEDTalk (below), Nadine Burke Harris, MD, MPH, FAAP, explains that the repeated stress of abuse, neglect and caregivers struggling with mental health or substance abuse

Celebrate Babies! Day 3


October 21, 2020 Still Face Experiment Today we invite you to view, observe and engage in conversation about the still face experiment.  Below you will find two short clips, one with a mother and one with a father. The still face experiment was developed by Edward Tronick in 1975, where a mother looks

Celebrate Babies! Day 2


October 20, 2020 Ghosts in the Nursery It's day 2 of Celebrate Babies week!  Today we invite you to celebrate babies, young children, and their families by engaging in thoughtful conversation with your coworkers, association members, and/or colleagues about ghosts and angels in the nursery.  We welcome you to read, "Ghosts in the Nursery: A Psychoanalytic Approach

Celebrate Babies! Day 1


October 19, 2020 Attachment Today's resources come from Dr. Dan Siegel.  Four videos follow, each one provides a 2 - 3 minute overview of each of the four attachment types: Secure, Insecure Avoidant, Insecure Ambivalent, and Insecure Disorganized. Dr. Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine and