Zero to Six: Understanding the Inner World of Young Children from Infancy through Kindergarten
Coursemaster: Edmund Sprunger, MSW
Dates: Thursday Evenings, Fall 2017 Keep checking back for dates or contact Cathy Krane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-361-7075 x 323 if interested
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
Location: Institute Classroom A 8820 Ladue Rd., 3rd Floor, St. Louis, MO 63124
This program, when attended in its entirety, is offered for: 9.0 Credit Hours
This course has been approved for clock hours by the Missouri Professional Development Registry. To receive these clock hours, you must include your MOPD ID number when registering.
This course explores the powerful emotions behind behaviors. The practical and useful classes feature topics such as the developmental accomplishments during the early years of life, and the crucial roles that early feelings and relationships play during these years. Additional topics include understanding traumatic issues in the life of a child–such as divorce, loss of a parent, or loss of a sibling–and the ways in which culture affects the process of trauma, symptoms, and recovery. We will also explore the inner experiences of children who are adopted or in foster care. A particular focus of the course will be applying an understanding of childhood development to the participants’ work experiences.
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