These posters provide tips for staff on how to reduce stress and make the workplace a great place to be.
Head Start and Early Head Start programs support the mental health of children, families, and staff every day. Early childhood mental health is the same as social and emotional well-being. It is a child’s developing capacity to express and regulate emotions, form trusting relationships, explore, and learn—all in the cultural context of family and community. The mental health of children and the adults that care for them is essential for school readiness.
This webinar offers strategies programs can use to develop staff wellness plans and implement a systematic, program-wide approach. Learn innovative ideas and practical next steps to enhance staff wellness throughout your agency.
Mothers and Babies (MB) is an evidence-based intervention to prevent postpartum depression. This webinar recording provides an overview of MB’s key components and implementation details.
View this webinar recording to learn how Pyramid Model practices help staff prevent and respond to children’s challenging behavior.
View this webinar to discover best practices for how mental health consultants can provide effective support within Head Start and other early care and education programs.
This webinar highlights the many ways Head Start programs help children and families heal from traumatic events or overwhelming situations.
This webinar recording highlights components of successful mental health consultation, especially in light of the pandemic.
Depression is common among pregnant women and new mothers and can affect the health of both mother and child. Learn about the importance of identifying women who may benefit from mental health support and services.
This webinar provides teachers and home visitors with strategies to help identify and improve outcomes for children who were prenatally exposed to alcohol.
This Sesame Street in Communities webinar shares resources and strategies Head Start programs and staff can use to support children and families affected by addiction, in big and small ways.