FEATURING: Noelle Hause,a graduate of the Irving Harris Child Development and Mental Health Fellowship, is an experienced Infant Mental Health Endorsed Mentor with a demonstrated history of working in higher education, program development, clinical services, and systems building. Currently, she is in private practice In Colorado where she focuses on training, supervision, higher education and consultation related to reflective practice, infant mental health, maternal mental health, and trauma informed care. Noelle is actively involved in the CO-AIMH, a partner of OK-AIMH.
Reflective Practice: Transforming Personal Experiences and Knowledge into Informed PracticeJoin us as we explore, connect, discuss, and challenge ourselves in building our capacity for reflection, in an effort to enhance the services we provide for infants, very young children and their families.
$75 includes lunch and 2019 OK-AIMH Dues$55 for Students*Six CEU's have been requested for LCSW, LPC and LMFT for this event
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NOTE:If you want to receive CEUs for the training, you must register separately at http://registration.xenegrade.com/odmhsastraininginstitute/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=2143 using Promo Code TICOMP25