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NURSING
INFANT & EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH

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IECMH 537 Development and Psychopathology: Parents and Infants (3) Spieker
Provides an overview of typical social and emotional development and psychopathology in children ages three and younger. Demonstrates attachment relationships with parents and family to infant's development and psychopathology. Core course of Infant Mental Health Certificate program. Recommended: IECMH 548 Offered: A.
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IECMH 548 Frameworks in Infant an Early Childhood Mental Health (3)
Review infant mental health (IMH) and early development from a developmental interdisciplinary perspective. Pays special attention to brain development, sensory integration, early communication, and emotion regulation. Offered: A.
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IECMH 555 Relationship Based Mental Health Assessment of Young Children (3)
Focuses on multi-disciplinary, diagnostic mental health observation and assessment of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers within the context of their primary relationships. Recommended: IECMH 548 Offered: Sp.
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IECMH 569 Reflective Practice And Consultation (2) C. Dillon, S. Spieker
Focuses on reflective practice, consultation and supervision, distinct and core features of practice across disciplines providing infant mental health services to young children and families. Recommended: IECMH 548 Offered: S.
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