A child’s brain undergoes an amazing period of development from birth to three—producing more than a million neural connections each second. Tune in to learn more about how brain development occurs within the context of relationships in infancy and early childhood.
- Delve into key concepts such as “mind-sight,” “serve and return,” and experience dependency and expectancy, as they relate to neural development.
- Discover how the limbic system and executive functioning are mediated through relationships and experience.
- Examine the impact of trauma and toxic stress on brain development.
“It is through rich moment-to-moment interpersonal exchanges that a baby’s brain becomes engaged in a world of people and objects.”
Learn more from Noelle Hause, Sr. Professional Development Manger, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at ZERO TO THREE.
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