Facilitating Attunted Interactions
Training for Supervisors
Join our co-trainers Maggie Mosca & Angie N. Lee
co-sponsored by the Eriickson Institute
Maggie Mosca, LCSW, ECMHC-C
Maggie Mosca is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who holds her credential in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. Maggie is the Associate Director of Operations for Caregiver Connections with Chaddock. Maggie provided early childhood mental health consultation services and training to child care providers in the state of IL for over 10 years. Maggie is currently a registered facilitator in Circle of Security Parenting Model and has trained on a variety of topics surrounding social-emotional development, including, attachment, trauma, co-regulation and challenging behaviors. Maggie feels passionate about supporting the reflective capacity of early care and education professionals to meet the social emotional needs of children and families. Maggie has also served children aged birth to three as a therapist in Early Intervention.
Angelia N. Lee, M.Ed
Angelia is the Assistant Director of Education and Support Services for Catholic Charities, Diocese of Joliet Early Childhood Services Division. She has worked in the early childhood field for over 26 years with 25 of those years in Head Start. She has worked in various roles in Head Start that includes Family Service Worker, Site Supervisor, Manager of Mental Health and Disabilities, and Program Director. Angelia received her Masters of Art in Education with a specialization in Early Childhood from Ashford University and a Bachelor's of Art from Western Illinois University. She is a certified Pyramid Model trainer for preschoolers and infant/toddlers, a certified Preschool CLASS Observer, a certified trainer in Trauma-Informed Education Practices for Children and Adolescents, and just recently became a Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) trainer. Angelia has presented various trainings at the local, State, and National level for Head Start staff and parents. Angelia is a member of the Illinois Head Start Association Board of Directors.
FACILITATING ATTUNED INTERACTIONS (FAN)
We are so excited to invite you to join Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) Level 1 training for supervisors on June 13th and 14th, 2022 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. This virtual, two-day training will focus on the concept of attunement and you will learn to attune to yourself and your supervisees in order to increase staff confidence and competence, improve reflective capacity, and strengthen overall program quality. We are especially excited as to offer this opportunity because it give you the tools to support your MHC during reflective supervision with a tool that they are trained on as well.
Virtual Training from
The Knowledge Center
Participants will be able to describe the role of attunement within home-based services and reflective supervision.
Participants will be able to identify matches and mismatches using the FAN Core Processes and identify when to shift processes according to changes in staff engagement cues.
Participants will be able to identify signs of their reactivity in engagements with staff and identify at least one Mindful Self-Regulation strategy to use in their work.
Participants will be able to identify and explore staff concerns in a collaborative manner, encouraging staff to help set the agenda and think together on workable solutions.
Participants will identify new strategies for giving staff information and resources in a digestible, meaningful way.
Participants will be able to describe the ARC of Engagement and implement the structure in their blended (reflective & administrative) supervision.
Enter Training Code: 22114-S1
Enter Start Date: 6/13/22
We will be offering 6 CEs for those that are eligible through The Knowledge Center at Chaddock. The training is strongly encouraged for all CC supervisors. If you are unable to attend this session, we will be offering it at a later date as well.
Please complete this google doc if you would like to receive CEs: