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Mental Health Consultation to Infant-Family Programs : The Early Head Start Experience
Edited by Jennifer Boss
Zero to Three / Softcover / May 2006
9780943657912 (ISBN-10: 0943657911)
Child Psychiatry
price: $55.95 (may be subject to change)
68 pages
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In this issue of the Zero to Three Journal, guest editor Jennifer Boss, Early Head Start National Resource Center staff member and Pathways to Prevention (PTP) coordinator, brings together contributors who describe and analyze every aspect of EHS in infant mental health consultation--the program preparation needed to use consultation well, the process of change, community involvement, the mixed blessings of technologically enhanced distance communication, and the mysteries of reflective practice. In stories from PTP, infant-family practitioners will recognize themselves and the challenges they face.
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