Mental Health Consultation in Child Care: Transforming Relationships Among Directors, Staff, and Families
This text is intended for mental health professionals, consultants-in-training, and students of early childhood development and child-care. Johnston and Brinamen, affiliated with the Infant-Parent Program at the U. of California, San Francisco, have several decades combined experience providing mental health care consultation services in various ch
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Getting to Know the Program
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