Mine Conkbayir2024-01-10T15:41:12+00:00
Mine Conkbayir Consultancy Logo

Words cannot do justice to my gratitude to those at ITV and on the Lorraine Kelly Show for hosting me back in December.

We discussed my debut therapeutic children’s storybook (and Teach Company Finalist), ‘Maya’s ACE Adventures!‘ and its adult guide – a set of resources primarily designed for children with a parent in prison and those witnessing domestic abuse.

Mine Conkbayir Consultancy Logo

Words cannot do justice to my gratitude to those at ITV and on the Lorraine Kelly Show for hosting me back in December.

We discussed my therapeutic children’s storybook, ‘Maya’s ACE Adventures!‘ and its adult guide – a set of resources primarily designed for children with a parent in prison and those witnessing domestic abuse.

Mine Conkbayir Consultancy Logo
Mine Conkbayir, Doctor of Philosophy, specialises in neuroscience. An award-winning author, lecturer, trainer and researcher, she has worked in early childhood education and care, for over twenty years. Mine is passionate about bridging the knowledge gap between neuroscience and Early Years.

ABOUT

ABOUT MINE CONKBAYIR

Dr Mine Conkbayir is a lecturer, award-winning author and trainer. She has worked in the field of early childhood education and care for over 17 years. Mine is the winner of the Nursery Management Today (NMT) Top 5 Most Inspirational People in Childcare Award.

Find out more…

TRAINING

TRAINING

Dr Mine Conkbayir is one of the country’s most widely respected trainers in Early Years education.

Her unique approach, presenting concepts of Self-Regulation and Co-Regulation based on years of research into the neuroscience of the developing brain, has proven revelatory in settings across the UK.

Find out more…

PEDAGOGY

PEDAGOGY

Dr Mine Conkbayir’s commitment to spreading the word about the importance of neuroscience in child development is manifested in a number of ways; she is a successful published author, a PhD researcher, a sought-after speaker, and she runs regular online webinars focussed on scientifically informed approaches to Early Years provision.

Find out more…

News

Self-regulation: 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.

Mental Health Matters with Trisha Goddard

It felt mighty good to talk about SELF-REGULATION on Trisha Goddard’s wonderful show, as part of the ”mental health matters” segment…

The Neuroscience of the Developing Child Book Cover

The Neuroscience of the Developing Child

Dr Mine Conkbayir’s latest book informs Early Years practitioners and parents alike, about the fundamentally important role of self-regulation (SR) in living a mentally healthy and fulfilling life. Packed with accessible information concerning the neuroscience of early brain development and real-life case studies, this book clearly demonstrates how to put SR theory into action in the home and across educational settings.

Self-regulation in the EYFS – One Year On

Downloads & Event Recording now available!

This online twilight event provided expert insight into self-regulation (SR) in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), one year on from its introduction.

Following the huge success of its predecessor, Self-Regulation in the EYFS, this event featured special guest, Her Majesty’s Inspector and Principal Officer for Early Education Policy, Wendy Ratcliff.

AVAILABLE NOW!!

Self-Regulation:

Get Set GO!

Dr Mine Conkbayir and Ursula Krystek-Walton (Head of Early Years at Thrive Childcare and Education) are delighted to announce the development of Self-Regulation: Get Set GO! – a new online toolkit dedicated to Self-Regulation in Early Years, a must-have resource for all early years practitioners dedicated to promoting emotional well-being in their settings!

Achieving Trauma-Informed Practice: The Route to Resilience

Downloads & Event Recording now available

Brought to you by award-winning author, trainer and researcher, Dr Mine Conkbayir, this expert-led event took us on the journey to achieving trauma-informed practice (TIP) and featured an unrivalled line-up of speakers, including the inspiring Lemn Sissay!

However if you missed it, don’t worry! All the content is now available to purchase so that you can watch the full event online and download the presentations.

Go to Top