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Self-regulation is the Greatest Gift We Can Give to Children

Children who experience nurturing and stable care-giving, go on to develop greater resilience and the ability to self-regulate uncomfortable and overwhelming emotions.

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Self-regulation is the Greatest Gift We Can Give to Children

Children who experience nurturing and stable care-giving, go on to develop greater resilience and the ability to self-regulate uncomfortable and overwhelming emotions.

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Mine wants to help Early Years practitioners to do their best by every child in their care. This means working closely with a range of teams, to support and enable them to feel motivated, happy and equipped to deal with the challenges they face in their practice. Her qualifications and breadth of experience as an Early Years practitioner, lecturer, researcher and award-winning author ensure that she helps all teams to continue improving their provision – and outcomes for all children and their families.

Mine is a popular choice when it comes to delivering key note speeches and CPD. She is a regular at all the major early years events, including the Nursery World Show, Childcare Expo, the London Early Years Foundation and Funzing – Mine’s talks frequently sell-out for this event and are always very well received by the audience.

Mine is the author of Early Childhood Theories and Contemporary Issues (20 Nov 2014) and author of a second book, Early Childhood and Neuroscience: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice (12 Jan 2017), which achieved the High Commendation award in the Best Professional Book category of the Nursery World Awards 2017. The book is receiving positive feedback from professionals within the sector and in the wider community.

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CONSULTANCY

Mine wants to help Early Years practitioners to do their best by every child in their care. This means working closely with a range of teams, to support and enable them to feel motivated, happy and equipped to deal with the challenges they face in their practice. Her qualifications and breadth of experience as an Early Years practitioner, lecturer, researcher and award-winning author ensure that she helps all teams to continue improving their provision – and outcomes for all children and their families.

Mine Conkbayir Consultancy mortar board image

SPEAKER

Mine is a popular choice when it comes to delivering key note speeches and CPD. She is a regular at all the major early years events, including the Nursery World Show, Childcare Expo, the London Early Years Foundation and Funzing – Mine’s talks frequently sell-out for this event and are always very well received by the audience.

Mine Conkbayir Consultancy book image

AUTHOR

Mine is the author of Early Childhood Theories and Contemporary Issues (20 Nov 2014) and author of a second book, Early Childhood and Neuroscience: Theory, Research and Implications for Practice (12 Jan 2017), which achieved the High Commendation award in the Best Professional Book category of the Nursery World Awards 2017. The book is receiving positive feedback from professionals within the sector and in the wider community.

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NEW! Self-regulation in Early Years

Online e-learning programme from Mine Conkbayir

This programme gives you the basics of SR, what it means, what it looks like – what it is not, and how best to nurture this essential, life-enhancing skill from the beginning.

This programme adds value to what the government has offered and is an essential bedrock to implementing the government’s Goals in an informed way.

Who is this programme suitable for?

Given that the programme deals with understanding and supporting emotional wellbeing, with specific regard to managing those big, overwhelming feelings, and how these are formed in infancy, it is useful for everyone to familiarise themselves with the content. Policy makers, Early Years (EY) practitioners/teachers, leadership teams, childminders, EY advisors, parents/primary carers, foster parents, special educational needs advisors, police officers and youth workers would find the information directly relevant and useful.

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Applying Neuroscience to Early Intervention

Online e-learning programme from Mine Conkbayir

Most professionals who work with or on behalf of children are not taught about the science of early brain development and the irreversible impact that trauma has on this complex process: nor are they trained in recognising the signs of the trauma or how to support these children.

How can we expect these children to thrive in our care?

This Programme builds your knowledge of early brain development, the effects of early adverse experiences and how to nurture all children’s wellbeing and potential.

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Early Childhood and Neuroscience

Theory, Research and Implications for Practice

By the award winning Mine Conkbayir
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Early Childhood and Neuroscience
Early Childhood Theories and Contemporary Issues

Early Childhood Theories and Contemporary Issues

An Introduction

By Mine Conkbayir
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