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Three opportunities to learn about the Pikler® Approach! Los Angeles, CA, October 2019

Pepperdine University Graduate Campus, 6100 Center Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045 | West LA Campus

Self-Initiated Motor Development led by Hungarian faculty Dr. Gabriella Püspöki, (former Director of the Pikler Institute,) Szilvia Papp and Elsa Chahin, October 21-25

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OPEN TO ALL – Dr. Emmi Pikler’s observations about the free movement of the infant open a new perspective in understanding not only the principles of motor development, but also its influence on the development of the young child’s personality. Participants of this seminar can explore the intact, natural process of motor development, which can only be observed if we do not directly intervene in movement. Besides healthy motor development, we also discuss slow development, gross motor equipment, and the appropriate environment in which to support free movement. The fee is only for the course instruction; we cannot provide participant’s accommodations, meals or airfare. Read more…

$1,200 (before June 6) $1,350 (after June 6)

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Third Annual Pikler® USA Conference: The Shared Experience of Observation, October 26, Steven Rhodes, chair, Laura Willhoite, co-chair, Gabrielle Anwar, moderator.

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OPEN TO ALL – This conference presents a unique opportunity for those who have followed and admire the work of the Pikler® House to gain in-depth knowledge about a key element of her approach. Breakfast and lunch are included. Read more…

Presenters: Judit Kelemen; Eszter Mózes; PhD, Szilvia Papp, RN; Gabriella Püspöky, MD; Elsa Chahin; Alex Kajtar (Translator); Peter L. Mangione, PhD and Oleg Palmov, PhD

Early bird before June 1, 2019 – $200, Regular price – $250

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Observation led by Hungarian faculty from the Pikler® House in Budapest, Judit Kelemen, Dr. Eszter Mózes and Elsa Chahin, October 28-November 1

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ADVANCED-Level Pikler® Course, participants must have completed all three basic courses. The observation method used at the Pikler Institute is an important element of the Pikler approach. Observation is the key to understanding infant and toddler needs and behavior. Observation allows us to follow and monitor individual children’s developmental progress with accuracy. Accurate observation informs the adult’s decisions on how to structure the environment to best facilitate the next stages of developmental unfolding for each child. During this seminar, you will learn about the methodology for observation, and you will practice and grow your own skills. The fee is only for the course instruction; we cannot provide participant’s accommodations, meals or airfare. Read more…

$1,200 (before June 6) $1,350 (after June 6)

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