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Upcoming Training Events
Theraplay is coming to Portland April 9-12, 2018.
You can learn more about this evidence based practice here: https://www.theraplay.org/index.php
You can register for the 3 day training in Portland here: https://theraplay.org/index.php/component/rseventspro/event/103-level-one-theraplay-mim-april-9-12-2018-portland-or?Itemid=1234
The Oregon MIECHV program will be offering a number of free online learning opportunities for Oregon Home Visitors through Achieve OnDemand, again in 2018. To learn more about accessing this opportunity, you are invited to participate in a webinar scheduled for Wednesday, December 13th from 9:00 am – 10:00 am. Please see registration information below and pass on to your Oregon early childhood home visiting networks.
Please register for Online Learning for Oregon Home Visitors through Achieve OnDemand Webinar on Dec 13, 2017 9:00 AM PST at:
This webinar will share information about the professional development opportunities available to Oregon home visitors through the Ounce of Prevention Fund’s Achieve OnDemand online training program. The webinar will include information on how to access training courses and a presentation of the learning platform.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Home Visiting scholarships will be available for the Oregon Parenting Educators conference(May 2018)! http://health.oregonstate.edu/…/oregon-parenting-educators-…
Good news for folks living in rural Oregon and seeking training in infant mental health! Portland State University if offering scholarships for the Infant Toddler Mental Health graduate certificate! See the link below to apply by November 6th!
Training Calendar Links
Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting
Request for Scholarship 2017
Title of the Course: SPED 487/587 Introduction to Infant/Toddler Mental Health (3 credits)
This is completely online and is designed as an introductory course linking theory, research, and practice with interdisciplinary principles and collaboration. Content includes key concepts of mental health of children (birth through 36 months) and their families, including attachment, temperament, social-emotional development, context of family, culture and community, risk and resilience. Practices related to observation, screening, assessment, diagnosis, and treatments are addressed. In addition, you will gain knowledge about current research and interventions from the field of infant mental health. Special attention is placed on infant/toddler development, risk factors, assessment methods, prevention/intervention, and collaboration in the field. Also emphasized is the history of Infant/Toddler Mental Health (ITMH) as a field and incorporating ITMH into policies and systems. At the completion of the class, students have meet the professional development requirements of the Oregon Infant Mental Health Endorsement Level I.
Summer Term Scholarships: June 26-August 20, 2017 (8-weeks)
The course is completely on-line and will require you to have access to a computer, a strong and reliable internet connection, and have approximately 10-12 hours available weekly to complete the work. The course begins June 26. 2017. You will have assistance in accessing and navigating the online class. Detailed directions to register for the course will be sent to you if you are selected to receive the scholarship.
If you have a bachelor’s degree, you may take the course for either undergraduate or graduate credit. If you do not have a bachelor’s degree, you must take the course as an undergraduate.
- You must currently work part-time or more in one of Oregon’s home visiting programs serving infants and toddlers.
- You must commit to completing the course. You will be asked to follow up after the course with feedback regarding application to the home visiting field.
|Estimated Course costs:
1. $746.00 for tuition and fees for undergraduate credit or $1379.00 for graduate credit. This includes the distance fee for the course. Scholarships are provided for 90% of the undergraduate rate or $672.
2. $27.00 account set-up fee for new students. If you are, or have been, a student at PSU, this will not apply.
3. Up to $50 fee for books and materials.
|If selected, the state MIECHV scholarship will cover up to $672.00 of tuition and fees.
You will be responsible for the remaining tuition and fees, the cost of account set-up $27 (if applicable), and books and materials estimated at $50. If you register for undergraduate credit, you will pay the remaining $74 toward tuition. If you register for graduate credit, you will pay the additional cost of $707.00.
You may ask your employer to reimburse your additional costs.
|Please submit applications or direct questions to:
Subject Line: 2017 MIECHV Scholarship
Mail Applications to:
Ingrid Anderson, Ed.D.
Portland State University – Graduate School of Education
PO Box 751 (Curriculum and Instruction)
Portland, OR 97207-0751
Decisions will be made June 5, 2017 by 5:00 pm and you will be notified by email. If accepted, you will need to set up your PSU account immediately. In your acceptance email will be a link to the Google site with registration information and directions. As soon as you are notified that registration is open, register right away – no later than June 12th. The course begins on June 26th and ends August 20th.
Please complete the following questions, so we may learn more about you and determine your eligibility for the scholarship. Please note the minimum word count required for the essay questions. A strong application is one that is complete and signed, and thoroughly answers the essay questions.
|First and Last Name:|
|Home Visiting Program:|
|Check all that apply:||____ Home Visiting Program Manager
____ Home Visiting Supervisor
____ Home Visitor
|Number of years worked in the home visiting field:|
Languages fluent in:
|Phone:||_____________________ Primary Number|
|_____________________ Secondary Number|
|Preferred Email Address:|
Please describe the community (ies) that you work with. (Minimum word count 100 – please use additional paper if needed).
How will you use what you learn in this class to advance your professional practice? (Minimum word count 200 – please use additional paper if needed).
Portland State University’s Graduate Certificate Program in Infant/Toddler Mental Health
Designed for Mental Health Clinician who are interested in gaining additional knowledge in working with young children from birth to three years of age and their families. This scholarship covers the full cost of the 23-credit ITMH program. Priority is given to bilingual and/or bicultural professions working with priority populations. Individuals working Medicaid-eligible children 0-5 and their families may also apply. 23-credit Graduate certificate is connected to the Oregon Infant Mental Health Endorsement. Scholarship application deadline is April 1, 2017.
Individuals can apply for the scholarship without applying for Admissions to the ITMH program. Individuals awarded scholarships must apply for admission to the ITMH Graduate Certificate by May 1, 2017. For more information, go to https://www.pdx.edu/sped/itmh-scholarships