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Statewide: What About the Little Ones? The Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Infants and Young Children and their Families.

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What About the Little Ones? The Social Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Infants and Young Children and their Families with Julie Ribaudo, LMSW, IMH-E®

Much attention has been given, rightfully so, to the impact of the COVID pandemic on health & well-being, education, housing, the economy, and employment. Its long-term impact on families who were pregnant or parenting in the earliest phases of the upheaval will continue to emerge. This workshop explores the role of intergenerational trauma, social isolation, poverty, loss, and the threat of loss in the variations in infant and young children’s social development. It will offer suggestions for IECMH practitioners who are striving to help families with young children adjust to a post-pandemic world.

Date & Time: May 5, 2023   -   9:00am - 12:00pm (ET)
Location: Virtual through Zoom

Registration Fee:
Non MI-AIMH Members: $45.00
MI-AIMH Members; Alliance State Members & Students: $20.00

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  • Julie Ribaudo, LMSW, IMH-E®

    Julie Ribaudo is a Clinical Professor of Social Work at the University of Michigan, where she teaches classes about infancy and early childhood and child and adult psychotherapy. She is an endorsed Infant Mental Health (IMH) Specialist/Mentor and Reflective Supervisor/Consultant for IMH providers and supervisors. Before her faculty appointment, Julie worked as an IMH Specialist in multiple settings, including community mental health, Head Start, and the child welfare system. She is one of the co-creators and senior trainers of the Michigan IMH-HV training program. She is involved in research as a faculty member of Zero to Thrive through the Department of Psychiatry at UM. Julie is a doctoral candidate at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

May 5, 2023
Fri 9:00 AM EDT

Duration 3H 0M

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