The Institute for Building Early Relationships hosts monthly brown bag seminars that
are free and open to the public on topics of interest related to infant and early
mental health and development.
Brown bag seminars are typically held on the first Wednesday of the month from 12-1pm.
Please join us at one of our three locations!
Rogers County Health Department
For more detailed information and announcements about upcoming seminars please sign
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We are excited to announce that we will be moving to a new webinar format for the Infant Mental Health Brown Bags beginning in Fall 2018! We ask for your patience while we set up the system. During this time, we will not have Brown Bags. We look forward to having you join us again in September!
|September 6, 2017||Paula Brown||United Community Action Head Start||Benefits of Early Head Start|
|October 4, 2017||Amanda Howell||Infant Crisis Services||The Impact of Poverty on Babies|
|November 1, 2017||Amy Chlouber||Sunbeam Family Services||The Impact of Trauma on Babies|
|December 6, 2017||Crystal Brill||Domestic Violence Intervention Services||The Impact of Domestic Violence on Babies|
|May, 2017||Stacey Leakey||Oklahoma Association for Infant Mental Health||Becoming Infant Mental Health Endorsed|
|March, 2017||Lucia Ciciolla||Oklahoma State University, Department of Psychology||Setting the Stage: The Implications of Mothers' Prenatal Mental Health|
|February, 2017||Laura Shellhammer and Sherre Davidson||Healthy Steps, Stillwater||Healthy Steps|
|December, 2016||Sherri Castle||University of Oklahoma||Beyond Classroom Quality: Examining Children’s individual experiences in early education settings|
|November, 2016||Lana Beasley||Oklahoma State University, Department of Human Development and Family Science||Home Visiting|
|October, 2016||Chan Hellman||University of Oklahoma||Hope as a psychological strength|
|September, 2016||Jennifer Hays-Grudo||Oklahoma State University, Department of Human Development and Family Science||New findings on the effects of early life adversity on children’s health and development|
|April, 2016||Anna Holt||University of California||Tulsa Public Schools Preschool Data|
|February, 2016||Jennifer Byrd-Craven||Oklahoma State University, Department of Psychology||Predictors of Mother-Infant Adrenocortical Attunement: Potential Benefits of Synchrony|
|January, 2016||Cara Bosler and Ruth Slocum||Oklahoma State University, CAD-Lab||Super Parents|
|November, 2015||Amy Williamson||Oklahoma State University, Department of Human Development and Family Science||Caring for Caregivers: Discussing the Data on the Well-Being of Early Care and Education Providers|
|October, 2015||Barbara Sorrels||Independent Consultant||Trauma Informed Early Care and Education|
|September, 2015||Amy Emerson||Tulsa-based Pediatrician||Reach Out and Read|
|May, 2015||Debbie Laurin||University of Oklahoma||Pickler Institute|
|April, 2015||Mary Dozier||University of Delaware||Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-up Model|
|February, 2015||Ginger Welch||Oklahoma State University, Department of Human Development and Family Science||Trauma & Young Children|
|January, 2015||Stacey Leakey||The Parent Child Center of Tulsa||Safe Baby Court Team|
|November, 2014||Amy Treat and Ruth Slocum||Oklahoma State University, CAD Lab||Executive Function in Young Children|
|September, 2014||Amy Huffer||Oklahoma State University||The Importance of Play|