Clinical Translational Core Assessment Series Panel: Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: An Interprofessional Conversation
April 25 (Th)
Held in Room 241, Vanderbilt Kennedy Center/One Magnolia Circle Building. Mental health for infants and young children encompasses the ability to form close interpersonal relationships, regulate strong emotions, and effectively learn from their environments. However, developing these important social-emotional skills can be hampered by a variety of factors, including experiences of trauma, poverty and parental mental disorders , as well as the presence of intellectual and developmental disabilities. Please join us for a conversation about a variety of issues related to mental health with a panel of child experts, including Katelyn Neely, M.D., developmental and behavioral pediatrics fellow; Andrew Molnar, Ph.D., neuropsychologist; and Verity Rodrigues, Ph.D., school/clinical psychologist. Lunch will be served. RSVP before Apr. 18.
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