Faculty of the Pikler® Pedagogue accredited Intensive – Respectful Care and The Relationship with the Adult

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Respectful Care and The Relationship with the Adult
July 23-27, Los Angeles, CA

This intensive provides credit toward certification as a Pikler® Pedagogue. The course will underline the importance of the quality of daily care/caregiving interactions (nappy changing, dressing, nose wiping etc.) related to children forming their self-image and need for bonding. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in a variety of experiential activities, discussion and lecture, as well as analyze video footage from the Pikler® Institute, observing how infants and toddlers express their needs and how much they learn from the adult during these situations.



Szilvi Papp, Special therapist, District Nurse, Pikler pedagogue, and Cofounder of the Pikler Parent-Child Group, became a member of the Lóczy team in 1999.

Judit Kelemen, Lead Group Caregiver at Lóczy, trained as a healthcare professional and has been working at the Pikler Institute and Pikler Daycare Center for  over 30 years.

Elsa Chahin, President and CEO of Pikler USA, is an in-demand speaker, writer, teacher and is one of only two Pikler® certified and accredited trainers of the Pikler® Pedagogy in North America.


Registration information:
To register and pay with Pay Pal or credit card.

Early bird before May 15, 2018 – $1,200
After May 16, 2018 – $1,350

Course Outline:

  • What children learn during diaper change
  • Individualized care situation in the day-care: the quality of care
  • Free movement on the changing table – a key for cooperation
  • The journey of the child: from breastfeeding to autonomous mealtime
  • Specific and difficult situations during feeding time

This course is designed for those who would like to acquire knowledge, and be informed about the Pikler® approach. Participants will deepen their understanding about early childhood education through studying our most important pedagogical principles, learning about everyday experiences with children, and also through hearing about the results of research carried out by the Pikler® Institute.

The topics will be elaborated by presenting core materials of the Institute. The results of research and practical experience, the opportunity to watch and analyze photos and video footage, accounts of personal practice and discussion of the questions raised by participants will all be included. The courses will be held by some of the Pikler® team, including former colleagues of Dr. Emmi Pikler and other experienced professionals of the Institute.

Faculty to be announced soon! Our team in Hungary is working diligently to select the trainers from the Pikler House for this intensive.

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