RDI® Certified Consultant and director of the SE Asia RDI Professional Training program, Maisie Soetantyo, will be offering an “RDI® Introductory Seminar” in Beijing, China.
For information on how to register, please contact Maisie Catchmaisie@comcast.net
What: RDI Introductory Seminar
When: June 23-24, 2018
Monday June 25 at 6 pm CST
Join RDI Program Certified Consultant and parent Kat Lee as she discusses obstacles to guiding your child.
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE …. A new book study on “Developing Through Relationships” by Alan Fogel. Many thanks go to Vicki Parnell who will be hosting this book study!
This accessible book explains how individuals develop through their relationships with others. Alan Fogel demonstrates that human development is driven by a social dynamic process called co-regulation—the creative interaction of individuals to achieve a common goal. This book was one of our “hot list” books in the earlier days of RDI and was really helpful in further developing our understanding of RDI and development.
The study will run on line beginning May 30th at 11:30 am CST. Participants can receive CEU credits for attending all the webinars. If they do not attend each webinar, they must respond to the reflection questions embedded in the recordings and submit to Dr Sheely at your date of renewal for re-certification. Please come to the first webinar with the first 3 chapters read. Therefore, don’t delay, get your book right away!
Chapter 1: Introduction and perspective
Chapter 2: The Origins of Communication, Self and Culture
Chapter 3: The Communication System: Co-regulation and Framing
Chapter 4: The Communication System: History and Metaphor
Chapter 5: A Model of Communication: Meaning and Information
Chapter 6: The Formation of Relationships: Creating New Meaning
Chapter 7: The Formation of Relationships: Differences Between Dyads
Chapter 8: The Self in Relation: Embodied Cognition
Chapter 9: The Self in Relation: Self and Other
Chapter 10: Culture as Communication: Stability and Change
Chapter 11: Conclusions and Implications
Discussion of the implications and take-aways for our work with families