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2022 CoE Conference: A Model to Prevent Suspension and Expulsion in Early Care and Education

The presentation will provide an example of a public/private funded program model for county-wide IECMHC. This presentation is intended for county or state leaders to see one example of the intentional braiding of IECMHC and Pyramid Model and the steps taken to implement a county-wide program for Early Care and Education providers. The presentation will include discussions on the following: (1) the design of the program; (2) the logic model; (3) the evaluation plan; (4) the data system; (5) funding streams; and (6) outcomes from 2018-2021. The Start Well Program is founded on the principles of equity. Children should have access to adults who are responsive to their individual needs and deliver culturally responsive practices which promote social and emotional development, prevent challenging behaviors, and identify early mental health needs. We know that when children present with challenging behaviors, they are communicating an unmet need or needs. Start Well uses the IECMHC process and Pyramid Model practices to ensure the adults working with children are confident and competent in identifying and supporting the needs of each child in their care, which will eliminate suspensions and expulsions and lead to a positive trajectory for school and life.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): CoE Highlight State of the State, Community, Tribal Nation, and Territory

Plenary session discussing approaches in equity and reflective supervision.
Primary Focus Area: Reflective Supervision
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): Equity in IECMHC

Plenary session on COVID-19 stress and trauma, racial aggression, bias, and why IECMHC is needed now more than ever.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): Equity in Tribal Nations

This panel session will highlight IECMHC in Tribal Nations with presenters focusing on similarities, differences and successes, and challenges encountered in their work.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): Healing Justice & IECMHC: Disrupting Bias & Promoting Racial Equity From the Inside-Out

Plenary session on racial equity and IECMHC and the expansive equity lens.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): IECMHC Equity Chats Competency 8 Systems Wide Orientation

The CoE has hosted an eight-part series of Equity Chats that have unpacked the revised IECMH Consultant Competencies to examine the consultant’s role in supporting equity in IECMHC. This final session in this series will focus on the System-Wide Orientation competency and provide examples of ways IECMH consultants can address issues of equity to disrupt bias and disparities, and improve child outcomes.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): Leading with Equity and Anti-Racism in IECMHC from a Consultant Point of View

A panel of IECMHC consultants will offer their experiences and insights into providing equity, diversity, inclusion (DEI), and anti-racism centered IECMHC to providers, caregivers, and programs. The panelists will describe and discuss their own journeys in enhancing their self-awareness and how they support consultees’ capacity to examine the impact of DEI, power and privilege on child and adult behavior and this awareness enhances IECMHC’s effectiveness.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Plenary Session): Start with Equity Creating Equitable Systems for Children and Families

Plenary session on 14 ways to dismantle systemic racism in early care and education.
Primary Focus Area: Equity
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Workshop Session): Colorado Model of ECMH Consultation Building Steps to Evidence

This session will leverage adult learning principles to describe Colorado’s efforts to solidify a high-quality, statewide consultation model that responsively meets the needs of diverse children, families and providers, while also being adopted by practitioners, administered to fidelity, and subject to evaluation. It will also include reference to the broad set of thought partners and intentional outreach including a national scan of what is working well, targeted core teams, workshops, focus groups and online surveys required to develop a high impact, efficacious and equitable model of consultation. As we move into 2022, we would like to share the progress we have made, the lessons learned, efforts to infuse equity, and our next steps in building evidence for the Colorado model in the hope it provides insight to other similarly positioned states and programs
Primary Focus Area: Program Design
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


2022 CoE Conference (Workshop Session): Developing a culturally responsive, anti racist, statewide IECMHC system: Centering the margin


Primary Focus Area: Early Childhood System
Resource Type: Online Trainings/Tutorials/Webinars


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