Workforce Development

Building Collaborative Relationships With Families

Apr 23, 2016

This session supports relationship building with families by helping professionals to define and practice active listening skills, explore the parallel process, and the importance of reflection.

Early childhood professionals build partnerships with families as an important strategy to promote healthy child development. Building effective relationships with families is the foundation for these partnerships. This session supports relationship building with families by helping professionals to define and practice active listening skills, explore the parallel process, and the importance of reflection. Participants will learn strategies for establishing effective relationships with families.

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