The Path to Joint Attention: Challenges and Stressors Along the Road

$15.00 /6 month

Presenters

Griff Doyle

Griff Doyle, PhD

Griff Doyle, PhD; Profectum Foundation Certification Track Development Coordinator

This workshop will focus on the more unique sources of and remedies for stress inherent in the achievement and maintenance of joint attention (JA) between caregiver and child. We will go beyond the recognized definition of JA by briefly describing its evolution and fulfillment as the active processes that occur in FEDL Levels I-IV. The DIR model will be adopted to recognize specific stressors that caregiver and child encounter while establishing and sustaining basic co-regulation, and the of sharing mutual positive affect through intentional, reciprocal two-way communication.

Participants will be able to:

  • Define the standard definition of JA and how it augurs in a transformative, new means for caregiver and child to experience the world together.
  • Describe the basics of how FEDL Levels I-IV provide a perspective with which to identify the earliest functions and the original, imperfect blending of mind, body, and affect from which JA unfolds.
  • Identify some of the major stressors that can compromise and damage the dyad’s ability to graduate into this new realm of relating in which they can simultaneously engage warmly with each other and focus on a third entity (object, person, problem, event, etc.) together.

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Griff Doyle, PhD; Profectum Foundation Certification Track Development Coordinator

This workshop will focus on the more unique sources of and remedies for stress inherent in the achievement and maintenance of joint attention (JA) between caregiver and child. We will go beyond the recognized definition of JA by briefly describing its evolution and fulfillment as the active processes that occur in FEDL Levels I-IV. The DIR model will be adopted to recognize specific stressors that caregiver and child encounter while establishing and sustaining basic co-regulation, and the of sharing mutual positive affect through intentional, reciprocal two-way communication.

Participants will be able to:

  • Define the standard definition of JA and how it augurs in a transformative, new means for caregiver and child to experience the world together.
  • Describe the basics of how FEDL Levels I-IV provide a perspective with which to identify the earliest functions and the original, imperfect blending of mind, body, and affect from which JA unfolds.
  • Identify some of the major stressors that can compromise and damage the dyad’s ability to graduate into this new realm of relating in which they can simultaneously engage warmly with each other and focus on a third entity (object, person, problem, event, etc.) together.

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