The National Brazelton Touchpoints Center was founded by Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, MD, a pediatrician and Harvard professor. Together with families, providers and communities, the Brazelton Touchpoints Center develops and applies knowledge of early childhood development to practice and policy through professional and organizational development, evaluations, advocacy and awareness and serving as a resource for proven practices.
The vision of the Brazelton Touchpoints Center is that
all children grow up to be adults who can cope with adversity, strengthen their
communities, constructively participate in civic life, steward our planet’s
resources, and to experience the joy of nurturing the next generation to be
prepared to do the same.
We partner with families of young children and the
communities and systems of care that surround them so that all children –
whatever their life circumstances, challenges, and resources may be – will be
healthy, succeed as early learners and have the opportunity to thrive.
How to Register for the Brazelton Touchpoints
Individual Level Training
you are interested in participating in an upcoming Brazelton Touchpoints Individual Level Training,
please fill out the registration form below.
- Training includes workshop materials, breakfast, and lunch.
- Payment can be made via check. Checks should be made to CMU/HEV Department. CMU students will have their CMU accounts charged.
Brazelton Touchpoints Training Registration Form