Trauma Informed Practice (TIP) Micro-Credential:

Students will gain in-depth knowledge of infant-toddler development, and the impact of trauma on children’s brain development and social-emotional well-being and can pursue New York State Association for Infant Mental Health (NYS-AIMH) endorsement. “Endorsement tells employers, parents, health and legal practitioners, and insurance providers that the endorsed professional has expertise related to the social and emotional development of infants and young children and families.” – (www.nysaimh.org)

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TIP

Who is eligible?
Current students/ outside participants

Instruction Method
Online

Credit or Non-Credit
Credit

Skills:

Observation and interpretation of infant-toddler development

Developing individualized plans for enhancing infant-toddler development

Observation and interpretation of relationships between infants-toddlers and their caregivers

Sharing developmentally appropriate information with parents in a culturally sensitive manner

Promoting parental competence in supporting healthy infant-toddler development and positive relationships

Reflection

Time to Complete
Months

Requirements

ECHD 175 Infants and Toddlers 3 Credits Required to receive a “C” or better in this course
 
ECHD 280 Exceptional Children 3 Credits Required to receive a “C” or better in this course
 
ECHD 450 Infant- Early Childhood Mental Health 3 Credits Required to receive a “C” or better in this course

Stackable to Degrees
A.A.S Early Childhood
A.S Child and Family Services
B.S Early Childhood Studies: Birth to Age 5