Reflective supervision is an important component of effective Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. In this podcast, Dr. Sherryl Scott Heller discusses three essential components of reflective supervision: reflection, collaboration, and regularity; and provides examples about how this practice improves the skills of IECMH Consultants. Dr. Heller is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at […]
Watch the video of this webinar and learn about how the misuse of substances (including opioids) impacts the development of babies and young children, as well as how it interferes with the relationships that are vital to their early development.
The Center of Excellence recently developed a variety of new resources to support Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation including: New Opioids and Substance Misuse Page This new webpage includes tips and resources related to how infant and early childhood mental health consultants can support home visitors and early care and education professionals who […]
STRESS HEALTH is an initiative of the Center for Youth Wellness that offers helpful information to parents and professionals about toxic stress, how toxic stress affects children’s brain and bodies, how to protect your children from toxic stress, and if at risk. Tips on parenting with ACES are also provided. LINK COMING SOON
Attachment Vitamins: Interactive Course on Early Childhood Attachment, Stress, and Trauma The Attachment Vitamins online course is an interactive, self-paced e-learning course for those adults who often find themselves in the company of children aged zero to five and their families, including professionals such as early childhood educators and child care providers, public health workers, […]