Can watching Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood be a way into mindfulness practice? Guest blogger Mary Harrison, PhD, LICSW, IMH-E, explores the contrast between our busy contemporary lifestyles and the slow pace of the beloved television program.
Program Quality Specialist Hannah Riddle presents new information on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the early childhood education sector.
Module author Tracy Schreifels, MS, LMFT, IMH-E® (IV), shares her reflections on building the new self-study module “A Guide for the Guide: The ‘How’ of Reflective Supervision.”
Have you ever wondered what a classroom observer is looking for, or what sets high-quality classrooms apart? Find out in this Q & A with Program Quality Manager Ashley Midthun, MS.
Module author Angela Klinefelter, MS, LMFT, IMH-E (III), discusses the concept of parallel process and why it’s applicable to all types of relationships.
Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD, wraps up her series on the pandemic’s impact on young children by looking at how adults’ stress levels affect children.
In part two in a series, Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD, shares tips on supporting young children’s brain development despite lifestyle changes due to the pandemic.
Alyssa Meuwissen, PhD, tackles some common parental concerns about the lifestyle changes forced by COVID-19.
Barbara Stroud, PhD, shares insights into how she developed self-study modules on Tackling the Elephants in the Room 1: Exploring Issues of Cultural Humility and Privilege and Tackling the Elephants in the Room 2: Unpacking Implicit Bias and Moving from Equity to Justice.
Module author Una Majmudar, MSW, LCSW, IMH-E®, shares top takeaways from the module Hand in Hand: Joining Administrative, Clinical, and Reflective Supervision Roles.