DCRC Free Webinars

Learn about our work as well as our resources for professionals and parents through both live and on-demand webinars. Our early childhood development experts share information on promoting social skills, healthy emotional development, and resilience – in young children and in the adults who care for them.

See below to register for an upcoming free webinar. All of our webinars are recorded, and as long as you are registered, you will receive the recording of any missed session.

You can also check out our menu of on-demand webinars!

Note: We do not provide credit for attending our free webinars, but we do provide a certificate of achievement.

This page lists our free webinars in chronological order. Open the toggle below to view the webinars alphabetically!

2024-25 Webinar Titles Listed Alphabetically

Conquering Conflict within Yourself and with Others Using the FLIP IT Strategy: FLIP IT can become your go-to strategy that will create healthy habits for coping with young children, yourself, and with other adults during challenging moments. Join the author of FLIP IT, Rachel Wagner, for an introduction to how this process can work to help you conquer conflict within yourself and with other adults!

How Resilient Leaders Build Thriving Teams: In this webinar, leaders will have an opportunity to reflect on what it means to be a resilient leader and how to build the bounce (resilience) of staff. Learn how to use the Devereux Resilient Leadership Survey (DERLS) to reflect on and create plans that support staff resilience.

Resilience and Racial Equity in Early Childhood: We invite you to join us to think about how resilience work is equity work. Together, we will explore the intersections of risk, protection, resilience, social-emotional learning, and racism. We will learn to use a resilience framework to combat racism and promote social justice in early care and education.

Rubber Bands & Umbrellas: 5 Practical Strategies for Helping Families Understand Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and Resilience: Join Dr. Nefertiti Poyner, as we uncover some of the key terms often found in the resilience research. We will define those key terms and think about what each word means to us, individually.

Support the Resilience of Families: An Introduction to the Your Journey Together (YJT) Curriculum: We invite all adults who support children and families to join us for a resilience-building journey. We will shine a light on the most ordinary ways that we can support and strengthen family resilience.

Supporting Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation with the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) Program: Supporting the mental health of infants and young children is quite a task. Professionals working in this field need a toolbox of resources within their grasp. In this webinar, professionals providing infant and/or early childhood mental health consultation will have an opportunity to learn about several resources that can support their practice, including many that are free!

Take Care of You, Take On Challenging Behaviors: In this webinar, you will learn how the four steps of the successful child strategy called FLIP IT (Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts) can work for YOU! By exploring your own Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, and Prompts, you can build your own resilience and be better prepared to FLIP the script on challenging behavior with children.

Transform Challenging Behavior: An Introduction to the FLIP IT Strategy: In this webinar, hear all about the creation of the FLIP IT strategy, which is designed to help young children (ages 3-8) learn about their feelings, gain self-control, and reduce challenging behavior. Learn the four steps of FLIP IT from the author herself, embodied in the mnemonic: F-Feelings, L-Limits, I-Inquiries, P-Prompts.

Understanding the Science of Resilience: In this webinar, participants will learn about the hopeful message behind the science of resilience, as well as the practical strategies that provide powerful opportunities to promote resilience in the children and adults in our lives.

You Can Only Give What You Have: Supporting Your Resilience: In this webinar, learn how to take care of YOU so you can better take care of the children whose lives you touch. This webinar will help adults reflect on their own resilience and explore ways to "build their bounce" through simple, easy-to-use strategies.

 

Take Care of You, Take On Challenging Behaviors

Tuesday, August 20, 2024 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, you will learn how the four steps of the successful child strategy called FLIP IT (Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts) can work for YOU! By exploring your own Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, and Prompts, you can build your own resilience and be better prepared to FLIP the script on challenging behavior with children.

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Understanding the Science of Resilience

Thursday, September 12, 2024 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, participants will learn about the hopeful message behind the science of resilience, as well as the practical strategies that provide powerful opportunities to promote resilience in the children and adults in our lives.

Transform Challenging Behavior: An Introduction to the FLIP IT Strategy

Thursday, October 17, 2024 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, hear all about the creation of the FLIP IT strategy, which is designed to help young children (ages 3-8) learn about their feelings, gain self-control, and reduce challenging behavior. Learn the four steps of FLIP IT from the author herself, embodied in the mnemonic: F-Feelings, L-Limits, I-Inquiries, P-Prompts.

Can't make this one? Click here to see when we're delivering it again.

You Can Only Give What You Have: Supporting Your Resilience

Thursday, November 7, 2024 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, learn how to take care of YOU so you can better take care of the children whose lives you touch. This webinar will help adults reflect on their own resilience and explore ways to "build their bounce" through simple, easy-to-use strategies.

Can't make this one? Click here to see when we're delivering it again.

How Resilient Leaders Build Thriving Teams

Tuesday, December 10, 2024 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, leaders will have an opportunity to reflect on what it means to be a resilient leader and how to build the bounce (resilience) of staff. Learn how to use the Devereux Resilient Leadership Survey (DERLS) to reflect on and create plans that support staff resilience.

Rubber Bands & Umbrellas: 5 Practical Strategies for Helping Families Understand Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and Resilience

Tuesday, January 14, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

Join Dr. Nefertiti Poyner, as we uncover some of the key terms often found in the resilience research. We will define those key terms and think about what each word means to us, individually.

Take Care of You, Take On Challenging Behaviors

Thursday, January 23, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, you will learn how the four steps of the successful child strategy called FLIP IT (Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, Prompts) can work for YOU! By exploring your own Feelings, Limits, Inquiries, and Prompts, you can build your own resilience and be better prepared to FLIP the script on challenging behavior with children.

Resilience and Racial Equity in Early Childhood

Thursday, February 6, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2:15 p.m. Eastern

We invite you to join us to think about how resilience work is equity work. Together, we will explore the intersections of risk, protection, resilience, social-emotional learning, and racism. We will learn to use a resilience framework to combat racism and promote social justice in early care and education.

Support the Resilience of Families: An Introduction to the Your Journey Together (YJT) Curriculum

Thursday, March 6, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

We invite all adults who support children and families to join us for a resilience-building journey. We will shine a light on the most ordinary ways that we can support and strengthen family resilience.

Conquering Conflict within Yourself and with Others Using the FLIP IT Strategy

Tuesday, April 15, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

FLIP IT can become your go-to strategy that will create healthy habits for coping with young children, yourself, and with other adults during challenging moments. Join the author of FLIP IT, Rachel Wagner, for an introduction to how this process can work to help you conquer conflict within yourself and with other adults!

Supporting Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation with the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment (DECA) Program

Thursday, May 22, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

Supporting the mental health of infants and young children is quite a task. Professionals working in this field need a toolbox of resources within their grasp. In this webinar, professionals providing infant and/or early childhood mental health consultation will have an opportunity to learn about several resources that can support their practice, including many that are free!

You Can Only Give What You Have: Supporting Your Resilience

Thursday, June 5, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, learn how to take care of YOU so you can better take care of the children whose lives you touch. This webinar will help adults reflect on their own resilience and explore ways to "build their bounce" through simple, easy-to-use strategies.

Transform Challenging Behavior: An Introduction to the FLIP IT Strategy

Wednesday, June 25, 2025 from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Eastern

In this webinar, hear all about the creation of the FLIP IT strategy, which is designed to help young children (ages 3-8) learn about their feelings, gain self-control, and reduce challenging behavior. Learn the four steps of FLIP IT from the author herself, embodied in the mnemonic: F-Feelings, L-Limits, I-Inquiries, P-Prompts.

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