Vol 37 No 6 Stories from the Field 2017
In our annual “Stories From the Field” issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal we explore a variety of approaches to supporting young children and their families who are struggling with health, developmental, or social-emotional challenges.
In this issue the authors share their experiences with the following:
Providing trauma-informed care for a young, severely maltreated child victim of human trafficking.
Integrating infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) clinicians into primary care settings to understand the impact of a child’s environment on health and development.
Using video-taped interactions of children and parents to promote open conversations about strengths and concerns in the relationship and in the child’s development.
Treating a toddler with a feeding disorder due to complex medical issues in a multidisciplinary system of support.
Teaching family members therapeutic tools to maximize the goals of early intervention.
In addition to these informative and insightful stories, a an essay on the value of childhood immunization provides guidance on how to help parents make informed decisions and how to address concerns with sensitivity.
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