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Little Kids, Big Questions
is a series of 12 podcasts that translates the research of early childhood development into parenting practices that mothers, fathers and other caregivers can tailor to the needs of their own child and family. Click here to listen to or download the podcasts. This podcast series is generously funded by MetLife Foundation.

Alicia Lieberman Bio

Alicia F. Lieberman, Ph.D.
Past Board President of ZERO TO THREE

Occupation/Employment

Irving B. Harris Endowed Chair in Infant Mental Health, Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs, University of California San Francisco Department of Psychiatry; Director, Child Trauma Research Project, San Francisco General Hospital

Contributions to the Field
Dr. Lieberman has made major contributions to the field's understanding of attachment, toddler development, and cross-cultural perspectives on early development through her research, writing, training and consultation. 

Current Research
Treatment outcome research on effectiveness of child-trauma psychotherapy; impact of domestic violence and chronic traumatic stressors on early mental health and child development

Recent Honors/Awards/Recognition/Books Published  
Psychotherapy with infants and young children: Repairing the effects of stress and trauma on early attachment, Guilford Press, 2008

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