Areas of focus: Fostering healthy social and emotional behaviors for children ages 0 to 3
Time: Mondays 11:00AM-12:00PM Starting September 14th 2020 *caregivers can attend any number of individual sessions or all 11 sessions
Costs: $25 per group (pre-registration required) *register for all 11 sessions at once to receive a 20% discount (total cost $220)
Who is Baby Steps for? Baby Steps is for caregivers of babies and toddlers. Baby Steps is designed to be an educational program for all caregivers or professionals that work with the 0-3 population. Baby Steps aims to provide skills to promote healthy parent-child relationships and facilitate positive development. Registration is open to all families or professionals, regardless of previous treatment or consultation through Kurtz Psychology.
Where is Baby Steps? The program will take place virtually on our advanced, HIPPA compliant version of Zoom.
When is Baby Steps? Baby Steps will take place on Mondays from 11:00AM-12:00PM starting September 14th. Participants do not need to register for all sessions to participate. Participants who cannot make group will be sent a recording of the session.
What if My Baby is Awake?! While the program is designed for adults, we totally understand if you need to bring your child to group or multitask while in group! We will be recording all sessions, so that caregivers can re-watch the group later if they need to step out.
Do I Participate? Our program is designed to be both didactic and collaborative. That means that we will be teaching material, but also encouraging discussions, questions, and role-plays. While we highly recommend that participants are actively involved in group, it is possible to just listen—and you will still learn a lot!
What is the cost and what does it include? Baby Steps is $25 per session. Individuals who register for all 11 sessions will receive a 20% discount (total cost $220).
What if I Need More Support? Baby Steps is designed to be a preventative, educational program—that is, the program alone is not sufficient for families who need individual clinical intervention. If it becomes clear that your child would benefit from individualized treatment, we will recommend our PCIT for Toddlers program, or provide a referral to another provider.