In this presentation you will learn to identify the parts of a meltdown that are developmentally appropriate and the parts that aren’t so you can address your children’s behavior most effectively.
Presented by Dr. Jennifer Rosinia. Dr. Rosinia has a PhD in child development from Erikson Institute and Loyola University, Chicago, a Master’s in early childhood education from Erikson Institute, and a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from University of Illinois Medical Center. Her areas of expertise are in the neuro-biological foundations of child development, specifically, sensory processing, the stress response including adverse childhood experiences as well as typical and atypical early childhood development. She is the president of Kids Links Unlimited and an original member of The Brain Project and Fussy Baby Network.