From our Partners at the Capital Area Network for the Early Years
The Capital Area Network for the Early Years (CANEY) Invites You to Join us for a Brown Bag Presentation
WHEN: Thursday, October 18th from 12:00 – 1:30 pm
WHERE: 838 Lousia Street; Suite A; Lansing (Entrances up the ramp at door labeled AFL-CIO 459)
Understanding the Impact of Retained Reflexes on Relationships and Development: A Guide for the Infant Mental Health Practitioner
Infant Mental Health has long understood the critical importance of the infant-parent relationship to all learning and development. But, what if there is something getting in the way that the field has yet to recognize? What does it mean for development if an infant’s or parent’s primitive (in-utero) reflexes, such as Fear Paralysis and Moro, are still retained? And, how does this impact their ability to build a successful relationship? Learn how to spot this and what Infant Mental Health practitioners can do about it.
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