Region II – Nov 21

Date(s) - Nov 21
5:00 pm - 6:45 pm

CT Mental Health Center


“The Importance of Early Relationships: An Overview of Attachment as it Applies to Working with Families with Young Children.”


Presented by Amy Myers, LCSW

Jeanette Radawich, LCSW, IMH-E (III) 

Learning about Attachment Theory can aid in both the assessment and treatment of families.  It applies to social and cognitive development, as well as the ways people are in relationship to others.  This workshop will provide a particular lens through which to frame observations of young children and their parents.

Amy and Jeanette both work at the Yale Child Study Center. They are consultants and trainers for the Family-Based (FBR) network. FBR is an intensive in-home program that provides substance use treatment to parents with children aged 0-3, and attachment focused parent-child therapy. Jeanette is endorsed in infant mental health. Amy is the NASW CT chapter Region 2 Representative.

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Approved for 1.5 CEC’s by NASW/CT

Registration and Payment Required if CE Certificate Needed

Region II - Nov 21

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