Kathy Mulrooney serves as the Program Director, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, for the Professional Development and Workforce Innovations department at ZERO TO THREE.
Kathy Mulrooney serves as Program Director/ Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) for Professional Development at ZERO TO THREE. In this role she is responsible for curriculum development, delivery and post training support around IECMH. She participated in the Diagnostic Classification Revision Task Force which produced DC:0-5™ and leads training efforts around DC:0-5™ around the world. Kathy has worked to promote IECMH through her various roles at ZERO TO THREE including work with Military Family Projects, Project LAUNCH, and Professional Development & Workforce Innovations.. Most recently she has co-led the IECMH Task Force at ZERO TO THREE to develop an organizational IECMH Strategic framework. Kathy has brought extensive experience in promoting reflective practice and reflective supervision in a variety of settings and systems. Likewise, she has worked to promote trauma informed practice and has been involved in disaster response supports nationally.
Kathy holds a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey. She is an Accredited Clinical Supervisor and has achieved Infant Mental Health Endorsement – Mentor/Clinical. Kathy has an extensive history of clinical practice, training, administrative and systems consultation experience.