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Vol 40 No 5 Leadership and Systems Change in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

The articles in this issue, authored by the 2018–2020 class, embody this shared vision for very young children and their families with specific attention to infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH).

The authors highlight the role of adaptive leadership in promoting change across diverse settings and the cultural, programmatic, and policy-level considerations professionals need to address when working in the service of families.

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