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Who is the Social Emotional Specialist?

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The Social Emotional Specialist is a mental health professional with a background in providing therapy services to infants, young children and their families. 

Her role in the Child and Family Connections office is to support reflective, relationship-based practice with both Service Coordinators and therapists in EI.  She does this by offering training on issues related to infant mental health, early social emotional development, supporting parent-child relationships, and by providing a place for CFC staff and therapists to reflect on their work.  She is available to consult with therapists and service coordinators as needed.  She also facilitates Parent-to-Parent events along with the Parent Liaisons.

 

 

 

 
 
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