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Vol 37 No 1 Supporting Parents and Professionals to Improve the Lives of Infants

Purchase Access Sep 13, 2016

This issue of the journal covers a variety of programs and approaches to supporting those who work with or care for very young children.

Several of the articles in this issue present approaches to strengthening the workforce to better meet the mental health needs of infants and toddlers: one profiles a unique Australian infant mental health (IMH) service for families from pregnancy through to early parenthood (birth to 3 years) that serves as a training center for postgraduate clinical psychology students; another article addresses the need for childhood teacher professional preparation programs to include infant-mental health training to improve teacher preparation.

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