Annual Conference Registration Is Open
Get ready to SHINE with us in sunny San Diego. Early Bird registration is now open. Register today!
At ZERO TO THREE, we know how dedicated you are to creating bright futures for all babies and toddlers.
To help you SHINE in your work, we’re putting together our best Annual Conference yet. Join us November 29-December 1, to get up to speed on the latest research, learn from top experts in the field, and connect with your all-star colleagues from around the world.
ZERO TO THREE’s Annual Conference 2017 will inspire and energize you. Make plans today.
2017 Conference Information
Registration is now open for ZERO TO THREE’s Annual Conference, taking place November 29-December 1 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront.
Visit the conference web site for information on travel, pricing, savings deadlines, international delegations, and becoming an exhibitor. And while you’re there, don’t forget to check out our conference blog, with information on scholarships, things to do in San Diego, and much more!
These comprehensive, full-day sessions allow you to take a deep dive into a specific topic relevant to your interests and professional needs.
If you are already attending the Annual Conference, simply arrive early and significantly add to your learning and skill development for only a few dollars more. If you are not able to attend the entire Annual Conference, take just one day to participate in one of these valuable sessions and get critical training with only minimal time away from work. Each session offers 5.50 contact hours of Continuing Education credits.
ZERO TO THREE Pre-Conference Forums 2017
Wednesday, November 29, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm (lunch provided)
Hilton San Diego Bayfront
2017 Pre-Conference Topics
The Growing Brain: Understanding How Babies Think
Ross Thompson, PhD, University of California–Davis, Davis, CA; Andrew Meltzoff, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; Aidan Bohlander, PhD, ZERO TO THREE, Washington, DC; and Amelia Bachleda, PhD, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Young Children With Different Needs: Effective Mental Health Interventions and Treatments
Joy Osofsky, PhD, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, LA; Serena Wieder, PhD, Profectum Foundation, Mendham, NJ; Darcy Lowell, MD, Child First, Trumbull, CT; D'Lisa Ramsey Worthy, MEd, Office of Children’s Services, Catonsville, MD; and Carmen Norona, LCSW, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA
Key Relational Health Principles and Practices: Engaging Individuals and Organizations Across Systems to Effect Change
David Willis, MD, Health and Human Services Administration, Rockville, MD; Deborah Weatherston, PhD, Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health, Inc., South Gate, MI; Kandace Thomas, MPP, Irving Harris Foundation, Chicago, IL; Katherine Rosenblum, PhD, University of Michigan Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI; and Lana Nenide, LMSW, Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health, Madison, WI
Young Children in Foster Care: Innovations in Improving Permanency and Well-Being
Charley Zeanah, MD, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA; Carole Shauffer, JD, Youth Law Center, San Francisco, CA; Brenda Jones Harden, PhD, University of Maryland, College Park, MD; Barbara Ivins, PhD, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Oakland, CA; Mimi Graham, EdD, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; Carmen Salaiz, Parent, A Better Way, Berkley, CA and Shannon Peake, PhD, Oregon Social Learning Center, Eugene, OR
Making Family Wellness a Pediatric Priority: Nurturing Families from Screening to Referral
Christina Bethell, MD, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD; Claudia M. Gold, MD, Austen Riggs Center, Stockbridge, MA; Maria Trozzi, MD, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston MA; Dina Lieser, MD, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Washington, DC ; Ayelet Talmi, PhD, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO; Tamara Schane, JD, Law Foundation of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA; and Eric Flake, MD, FAAP, Madigan Army Medical Center, Takoma, WA
It Sounds Good in Theory—But Is Challenging in Practice!: Implementing and Sustaining Reflective, Relationship-Based Practices Within Agencies and Systems
Kadija Johnston, PhD, University of California–San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Mary Claire Heffron, PhD, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Oakland, CA; Barbara Stroud, PhD, Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA; Trudi Norman Murch, PhD, Southwest Human Development, Phoenix, AZ; and Jodi Whiteman, MEd, ZERO TO THREE, Washington, DC
Separate registration and $225 fee required. Annual Conference registration is not required to attend Pre-Conference Forums. Click here to register.
Continuing Education (CE) credit for the 2017 ZERO TO THREE Annual Conference is co-sponsored by ZERO TO THREE and The Institute for Continuing Education. The full conference offers a total of 25.50 contact hours.
To find out more, including which professional disciplines apply, visit the Annual Conference website.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 855-868-1192.