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The 33rd Annual RIE Conference For Parents and Professionals will roll out a full spectrum of speakers to inspire adults building relationships with very young children to carry on both enlivened and fulfilled, in spite of these difficult times we are in.
2023 Keynote Presentations
Guided from the Inside Out: Fostering Children’s Intuition
Dr. Marks-Tarlow, who is a prolific author, psychologist, developmental theorist, artist and mom, will discuss the critical importance of supporting intuition in young children and how to do that. She will offer a neurobiological model for how intuition provides a lifelong framework for moving from the inside out.
Terry Marks-Tarlow has a B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA. She has written countless articles and authored eleven books as well as being an accomplished artist. For over a decade, she has been studying interpersonal neurobiology and regulation theory with Dr. Allan Schore and has taught developmental neurobiology at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute and at Reiss Davis Child Studies Center.
Dr. Marks-Tarlow is currently an Adjunct Professor at Pacifica Graduate Institute and at California Institute of Integral Studies and is Core Teaching Faculty at the Insight Center, Los Angeles, where she regularly conducts continuing education workshops and classes.
Date: March 11, 2023
All workshops will be delivered through Zoom and everything will be accessible via our online portal. Conference tickets provide access to live events and 60 days of access after the event. Whova Attendee User Guide
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Past Keynote Speakers
2018 – Sue Bredekamp
Listen to an excerpt from our 2018 Conference Keynote