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Would you like to know more about Infant Toddler Mental Health (ITMH) and the DEC IMH community of practice? How does ITMH relate to early intervention services? Join us for a panel discussion (including graduate students enrolled in ITMH programs) and resource sharing materials on Infant Mental Health. 


Participant Outcomes: The objectives of this Learning Deck are: 

  1. To broaden the awareness of infant toddler mental health and importance in early intervention. 
  2. To highlight knowledge and skills of graduate students in current programs across disciplines. 
  3. To share resources and certificate programs nationally for those interested in getting more involved. 




NANCY GOINS, MA, CFRM, IMH-E®, A-CFHC, is a Senior Technical Assistance Specialist at AnLar, LLC and Co-Chair of the DEC CoP Development Committee. She brings her passion for early childhood education to her work at AnLar. She is a skilled facilitator, trainer, technical assistance provider, health and wellness coach, and life-long learner. She has expertise in early childhood education, early intervention, preschool special education, Pyramid Model, Infant Mental Health, inclusion, and communities of practice. She is a co-author of the book ‘Growing Together: Developing and Sustaining a Community of Practice in Early Childhood’. 


LISA TERRY, MS, M.Ed., IMH-E®, is an Early Intervention Professional Development Consultant at the Virginia Early Intervention Professional Development Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, Partnership for People with Disabilities. Lisa provides support for the design and implementation of professional development activities for early intervention providers and administrators in Virginia. Lisa is a certified trainer in the Growing Brain, a ZERO TO THREE curriculum. Lisa is the co-facilitator for the DEC Infant Mental Health Community of Practice and she maintains endorsement in infant mental health as an Infant Family Specialist. 


PATRICIA BLASCO, PhD is an adjunct professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the Oregon Health & Science University with a research interest in neurodevelopment in young children born preterm. Dr. Blasco is active in the Division of Early Childhood Leadership. In addition, she teaches coursework in the Infant Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate program at Portland State University. 


Infant Toddler Mental Health and Early Intervention

  • This digital product provides access to one (1) archived Learning Deck webinar for one (1) individual purchaser. Once the order is placed, the purchaser will receive a link to download the webinar recording as well as any webinar handouts. The webinar can be watched on-demand at any time once downloaded. Note: Archived webinar purchases do not include certificates of attendance. 



    Copyright Notice

    Please Note: Sharing a Learning Deck with one or more parties, without prior written permission from Division for Early Childhood, is a violation of copyright law. 


    Group Orders 

    If you would like to purchase a Learning Deck webinar for a group, please place an order here. Discounts are available for members and groups. 

  • Division for Early Childhood Learning Deck Webinars are webinars presented by experts in early intervention, early childhood special education, and related fields. Each webinar lasts approximately one hour (unless otherwise noted) and includes access to the full recording and any webinar handouts. Archived webinar purchases do not include certificates of attendance. 


    You can learn more about DEC Learning Deck webinars here. 

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