Co‐Regulation and Responsive Relationships

Lindsey Ondrak, LIMHP

Explore the importance of parent-child engagement and social-emotional development in the early years. Parents can offer their children rich, high-quality interactions that shows positive behavioral outcomes, supports emotional repair and develops cognitive functioning. Get ideas on what to look for in parent-child interactions as well as how to better interpret the reciprocity of the relationship.

Intended Audience

All professionals working with children and families.

Learning Objective
  • This session will analyze aspects of the parent-child relationship that support child social-emotional development.
  • This session will explain basic brain development and how relationships help enhance cognitive functioning.
  • This session will list strategies for supporting emotional repair and better behavioral outcomes.