Stories From the Field 2020

The ZERO TO THREE Journal | Vol 40 No 6

This issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal comes during a unique time in history. We are nearly 6 months into a world-wide pandemic that has drastically changed how we live and work. We are also facing urgent concerns about racism, justice, and equity following horrific stories of violence against people of color. Before COVID-19 and the current social unrest, we asked ZERO TO THREE Members to share their stories of working together to overcome obstacles or discover new pathways to reach the noble goal of better serving young children and families. A handful of those stories are presented here in the 10th annual issue of Stories From the Field.

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Table of Contents

Pg 2—This Issue and Why It Matters

Pg 5—Relationships and Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Integrating Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health in the Pediatric Oncology Setting

Pg 12—Helping Young Fathers Across the Transition to Parenthood: A Rock or a Rolling Stone?

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Pg 21—Chance Elevator Encounters and Tenacious Champions: Collaborative Referrals Between Child Welfare and Early Intervention

Pg 33—Getting Kicked Out of the “Bubble”: Rupture and Repair in the Consultative Relationship

Pg 39—Adolescent Parents and Neurodevelopmental Maturation: Changing the Medical Home Model for Teen Parents and Their Children

Pg 43—The Warmest Handoff: Using Child–Parent Psychotherapy to Ease Placement Transitions

Pg 50—PERSPECTIVES: Loving My Baby Through Withdrawal: Infusing Principles of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health in the Treatment of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Pg 54—PRACTICAL TIPS AND TOOLS: The COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

The ZERO TO THREE Journal

Released bi-monthly, each issue of the ZERO TO THREE Journal focuses on a critical topic within the early childhood development field. Journal articles are carefully composed to present current knowledge, latest research, and practical advice to help early childhood professionals do their best work in support of infants and toddlers.

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