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  1. BiologicalEssentials Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  2. Biology of Brain DevelopmentMajor Concepts • Progressive Development of the Brain • Critical Windows • Nature vs Nurture:genetics vs environment Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  3. Brain: Side View cortex limbic system midbrain brainstem Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  4. Neurons dendrites cell body myelin sheath axon Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  5. Cortex Parietal Frontal Occipital Occipital -vision Parietal - touch Temporal - language Frontal - thought,logic, reason Temporal Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  6. Repeated Experiences Become Encoded In Memory As Expectations And Then As Mental Models Which Help The Child Develop An Internal Sense Of A Secure Base In The World.(Siegel) Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  7. Positive Attachment Model About Himself:  1.          I am worthwhile/wanted  2.          I am safe  3.          I am capable About Caretakers:  1.          They are available  2.          They are responsive 3. They meet my needs Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  8. Attachment: Outcomes Nurturing/stimulation: competence, confidence Limits/structure: self-control, affect regulation Conversation/interaction: reflection, judgment, analysis Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  9. Negative Attachment Model About Herself:   1.         I am worthless   2.          I am unsafe 3.          I am impotent About Caretakers:   1.          They are unresponsive   2.          They are unreliable   3.          They are threatening, dangerous, rejecting Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

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  11. Our Lives Are Shaped By Those Who Love Us… and by Those Who Refuse to Love Us. Fr. John Powel,S.J. Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  12. Relationships Repetition Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, Inc.

  13. For these are all our children, we will profit or lose, by whatever they become. James Baldwin Wisconsin Council on Children & Families, Inc.