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Infant Mental Health Specialists and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

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The term infant mental health refers to the healthy social, emotional, and cognitive development of children under the age of three.  The term, infant mental health also describes an expanding field of study and practice that has grown into a broad- based multi-disciplinary and international effort to focus on the social emotional well-being of infants and toddlers (Heffron, 2000).   

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Defining Infant Mental Health, Risks, and Concerns
Defining Infant Mental Health, Risks, and Concerns
Infant Mental Health Specialists and ECMHC Consultation
Infant Mental Health Specialists and ECMHC Consultation
Infant Mental Health Specialist Training
Infant Mental Health Specialist Training

 


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