Registration Waiting List - Cohort 4

Project SUCCEED: Supporting Colorado Children’s Early Emotional Development

Wednesdays, April 3 to May 22, 2024
10:30 am to 12:00 pm (Mountain Time)

04/03/24Setting the Stage for Shared Meaning of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
04/10/24Cultural Sensitivity and Diversity Considerations
04/17/24Caregiving Relationships and Early Brain Development
04/24/24Child and Family Development
05/01/24Early Adversity and Toxic Stress
05/08/24Identifying and Understanding Developmental Differences in Young Children
05/15/24Strategies for Managing Mental Health Symptoms
05/22/24Resources and Referrals


All sessions are free. While attendance at all of the sessions is encouraged, we understand that it might not be possible for everyone to attend all sessions. Sessions will be virtual using a ZOOM link that will be emailed to you in your confirmation.

Project SUCCEED uses the ECHO (Extensions of Community Healthcare Options) model of adult learning techniques with interactive training and case presentations.

We are inviting a diverse group of individuals in Colorado who touch the lives of young children, including, among others, early care and education providers, early interventionists, healthcare professionals, teachers, home visitors, parent educators, case managers, family members, first responders, members of the judiciary and law enforcement, and nannies and babysitters, who are interested in learning more about infant and childhood mental health.

Please watch for a follow-up email should you be added to the training from the waitlist. Contact with questions. 


Do you work in the mental health workforce?
What is the highest level of education you have completed (select one):

Optional - The following questions will help us ensure that we are reaching a diverse community.

Sexual Orientation/Identity

JFK Partners (SOM)

CU Anschutz

Education II South

13121 East 17th Avenue

Mail Stop C234

Aurora, CO 80045


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