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Weaving together interdisciplinary early development, positive psychology, and affective neuroscience research, Dr. Marcy Axness will discuss what the young child needs from parents and other significant adults in their environment for optimally healthy brain development. Emphasis will be on the social brain, and -- as comprehensively mapped out in her recent book Parenting for Peace -- how to hardwire the next generation(s) with brain circuitry for such essential peacemaker capacities as self-regulation, self-reflection, imagination, trust and empathy. This is also preventive intervention on an array of today's rampant disorders, including sensory processing and attention-deficit. Included will be practical, parent-friendly tools that incorporate and harness these findings in a simple, seamless way.
There may be many networking opportunities at the 9th Annual Conference On Infant Mental Health: Toward A Neuropsychology Of Thriving. Find out more in the event details below.
|Conference/Event Dates:||10/16/2013 - 10/16/2013|
|Expo/Exhibit Dates:||10/16/2013 - 10/16/2013|
|First Move-In Date:||10/15/2013|
|Primary Industry:||Mental Health / Psychiatry / Psychology / Counseling|
|Other Industries:||Mental Health / Psychiatry / Psychology / Counseling, Pediatrics, Professional Healthcare|
|Audience:||All professionals working with infants/young children and their parents including early interventionists, special educators, child care workers, social workers, psychologists, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family counselors and all other interested healthcare providers.|
|Venue:||Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC)|
|Venue Phone:||(828) 257-4482|
|Venue Type:||Indoor - Other|
|Show Manager:||William Barthel|
|Booth Size||Booth Cost||Available Amenities|
|6' x 2'||$250.00||Electricity:||Yes||- Unknown Price|
|12' x 2'||$350.00||Water:||No|
|Marketing Vehicles Allowed:||No|
|Other Booth Sizes Available: No|
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