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Resilience-Building Tools for the I/ECMH Consultant
Supporting the mental health of infants and young children is quite a task. Professionals working in this field need a toolbox of resources within their grasp. In this webinar, professionals providing infant and/or early childhood mental health consultation will have an opportunity to learn about several DCRC resources that can support their practice – including many that are free! From strengths-based social and emotional assessments, to free planning forms, family-friendly strategies and adult resilience resources, DCRC has a variety of resilience-focused tools you can add to your toolbox.

Dec 1, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rachel Wagner, MSW
Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist & National Trainer @Devereux Center for Resilient Children
Rachel received her Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Sociology from Ithaca College and received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Albany. Rachel is a Lead National Trainer and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist for the Devereux Center for Resilient Children (DCRC). She is the author of FLIP IT! Transforming Challenging Behavior. She is also the co-author of Your Journey Together: Building the Resilience of Children and Families, and the Devereux Resilient Leadership Survey (DERLS). Rachel travels the country speaking to groups on topics related to social-emotional health and resilience. In her work at DCRC, Rachel enjoys a variety of responsibilities including adult learning design, live and web-based professional development, resilience resource creation, technical assistance, and long distance reflective supervision to groups and individuals providing early childhood mental health consultation, coaching and leadership services.