Teaching is an integral part of my work as a psychotherapist and consultant. Adults across all environments influence children’s development. Group presentations, on-line workshops, and webinars allow me to teach as many people, from as many disciplines, as possible.
I offer half-day and full-day workshops on a variety of child development and mental health topics.
Using the D.I.R. Model in Early Childhood Education Settings
- San Francisco State University, Early Childhood Special Education Conference
April, 2019. San Francisco, California, USA
Autism and Trauma: Infant-Mental Health and D.I.R. Approaches
- Center for the Vulnerable Child, Oakland Children’s Hospital
March, 2019. Oakland, California, USA
Keynote Speech: Why Infant-Toddler Teachers are More Important Than Ever Before
- Great Beginnings Annual Conference for Infant-Toddler Teachers and Specialists
September, 2018. Morgantown, West Virginia, USA
Social-Emotional Consultation to Teachers
- European Conference on Resilience in Education
July, 2018. Valletta, Malta
Understanding Children’s Behavior: Supporting the Needs of Individual Infants
- Training Trainers of Infant-Toddler Specialists
- Program for Infant-Toddler Care / WestEd
March 2018. Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Infant-Parent and Child-Parent Psychotherapy for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma Prior to Placement with a Foster or Adoptive Family
- International Foster Care Organization World Conference
November, 2017. Valletta, Malta
Childhood Mental Health Consultation to Teachers
- Ann Martin Center for Psychotherapy and Educational Support. Professional Development Series.
October, 2017. Emeryville, California, USA
If you would like to learn more about my practice, I offer a free 30 minute consultation. I invite you to contact me online or call my office at +1 (415) 596-0293 to schedule a time for us to connect.