Issues in Infant Mental Health Journal Collection
Item No.: J004
Now you can order special collections of the Zero to Three Journal bundled together by interest area for a significant discount! These Journal packages are ideal for training, coursework, or for deepening your knowledge around a particular content area.
This collection contains the following issues:
Putting Reflective Supervision into Practice
This issue of the Journal builds on the accumulated knowledge base by exploring current trends and issues in reflective supervision such as the role of neurobiology, developing and evidence base for reflective supervision, exploring diversity in work with young children and their families, and efforts to implement reflective supervision across disciplines and professions.
Stories from the Field
The stories in this issue bring to life the intimate, complex, and delicate work of helping very young children and families in times of crisis and growth. The authors share the real life challenges of putting theory, research, and training into practice, and the rich rewards of making a difference in the lives of very young children and their families.
Postpartum Mental Health
The articles in this issue of the Journal examine a range of mental health concerns in the peripartum period, and effective interventions that support mothers and fathers as they cope with mental health challenges in their role as parents.
Supporting Pregnant Women, Newborns, and Their Families
The articles in this issue of the Journal describe a variety of programs of support for pregnant women, newborns, and their families.
Price: $50.00 for 4 issues