Introduction to Infant & Early Mental Health
A Fall 2019 Online Special Education Course
This course is designed to provide undergraduate students in the areas of psychology, education, social work, and other related majors preparing to work with infants and young children, an introduction to the field of infant and early childhood mental health. This includes social and emotional development, screening, assessment and intervention, brain development, the effects of toxic stress and trauma on brain development, the role of responsive caregiving as a mitigating factor for adverse conditions, and professional areas of development such as reflective practice and infant mental health endorsement.
This course is designed to introduce students to infant and early childhood mental health (birth through 5 years of age) and should be used as a time to integrate the foundations of infant mental health into students’ work with infants, young children and their families.
Choose Graduate or Undergraduate Option
Undergraduate version of course = EDSE 308-941 Syllabus
Graduate version of course = EDSE 508-942 Syllabus
Level of Study
- Undergraduate = EDSE 308-941
- Graduate = EDSE 508-942
August 26 - December 13, 2019
Add/Register by: August 30
Drop by: September 9
Withdraw by: October 17
Noelle Hause, EdP, LPC, IMH-E® (IV)-C
$750 ($250/credit hour)
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