Operation Baby Steps - The Critical Impact of Infant Mental Health on Military Families
Who is this for?
What can you expect to gain from this workshop?
After this training, participants will be able to:
Analyze why infant mental health is a critical component for the success of the military family system.
Evaluate historical and current concerns regarding the effects of the military on the military child and attachment.
Recognize resilience and its critical role in Military Families.
Describe how being a part of the military culture influences parent-infant attachment and how these attachments can influence future relationships and behavior.
Generalize best practices of systems of prevention and treatment for military families.
CEUs for mental health professionals and STARS hours are provided.
This 2-part webinar will provide an in-depth look at infant mental health in the military and enhance your cultural competency for Military Families who live in every county in Washington. Military families experience unique stressors that directly influence infant mental health. Additionally, best practices utilized in the military community apply to multiple other culturally unique communities that are highly mobile as they seek connections and relationships. Any child-serving professional will benefit from this conference as they develop a broader understanding of the challenges and resilience of military families. Two 60-minute presentations, followed by Q&A, will be something you won’t want to miss.