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Event Details

Clinical Formulation and Relationship-Based Interventions

: 10489
Intermediate
Wednesday, June 17, 2020  
09:00 AM to 04:30 PM
(6.00 Hours)

Description

Course ID 105702
Clinical formulation is the basis of intervening in supporting the mental health and development of young children and their families. Clinical formulation is the way in which the young child’s clinical presentation is understood in the context of their relationships biology, social environments, developmental competence and cultural context. Any intervention should be based on a comprehensive understanding of the young child’s abilities and developmental progression and relationships. This session will explore how clinicians arrive at clinical formulation needed for treatment planning and highlight some current relationship-based interventions that are evidence based.

Learning Objectives

• Participants will understand how diagnosis can contribute to clinical formulation.
• Participants will learn definitions and applications of relationship-based approaches in IECMH.
• Participants will explore the benefits and limitations of evidence-based approaches for treating IECMH problems.
• Participants will be provided an overview of key examples of evidence-based approaches for infants/young children.
• Participants will explore cultural factors in clinical formulation and relationship-based interventions.


Registration

Price
Registration Closed
Registration Deadline
6/17/2020
Registration Required?
Yes

Contact

Yesenia Ocon (Email)
ZERO TO THREE
1255 23rd St. NW
Washington, DC 20037

Trainers

Debbie Reno-Smith - Faculty Consultant - Approved

ZERO TO THREE

Delivery Methods

Face-to-Face (classroom)

Assessment/Evaluation

Description

Clinical formulation is the basis of intervening in supporting the mental health and development of young children and their families. Clinical formulation is the way in which the young child’s clinical presentation is understood in the context of their relationships biology, social environments, developmental competence and cultural context. Any intervention should be based on a comprehensive understanding of the young child’s abilities and developmental progression and relationships. This session will explore how clinicians arrive at clinical formulation needed for treatment planning and highlight some current relationship-based interventions that are evidence based.


6.00 Hours

Level

Intermediate

ZERO TO THREE Professional Development

Course Category

Mental Health

Org PD by Contract Only

Domain 3. Relationship-Based Practice  (1.75 Hours)
Domain 4. Health and Developmental Protective and Risk Factors  (1.75 Hours)
Domain 5. Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness  (1.25 Hours)
Domain 8. Service Planning, Coordination, and Collaboration  (1.25 Hours)

ZERO TO THREE Critical Competencies for Infant-Toddler Educators™


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