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DC:0-5 Training for Clinicians (September 23, 2024 - Day 1)


Welcome to Day 1 of this three-day DC:0-5 Training.

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  • Carla Barron, PhD, LMSW, IMH-E®

    Carla C. Barron, PhD, LMSW, IMH-EⓇ is an Assistant Research Professor and Clinical Coordinator at the Infant Mental Health Program at the Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute at Wayne State University. Dr. Barron teaches infant mental health courses and is involved in research aimed at the education and training of infant and early childhood professionals. She is also engaged in community outreach through training, dissemination of research, and the implementation of reflective supervision/consultation.

  • Carolyn Joy Dayton, PhD, LP, LMSW, IMH-E®

    Carolyn Joy Dayton, PhD, LP, LMSW, IMH-E®(IV) conducts research focused on early parenting processes with an emphasis on fathering in urban settings ( She is engaged in policy initiatives aimed at revising state and local policies that disproportionately and negatively affect poor, urban fathers. As an Infant Mental Health Specialist, Dayton has over two decades of experience providing clinical interventions to the families of infants and young children in a wide range of settings including home-based, center-based and hospital programs. Dayton is a licensed practitioner of clinical social work and clinical psychology and is endorsed as an infant mental health mentor (Level IV; MI-AIMH; in the areas of clinical practice and research. Dayton's program of research is fundamentally translational and transdisciplinary; it is informed by her clinical work with families and aims to identify biological and psychosocial risk and resilience factors that influence parenting processes and early child development.

  • Rebecca Wheeler, MSW, IMH-E®

    Rebecca Wheeler, LMSW, IMH-E is a licensed Social Worker and an Infant Mental Health Mentor with a level four clinical endorsement. Becca has worked as an Early On home visitor, a Parent Infant Specialist and a Field Supervisor. She has more than a decade of experience coordinating research studies involving young children. She now works as a Trainer, Reflective Supervisor, Doula and Childbirth Educator.

September 23, 2024
Mon 9:00 AM EDT

Duration 4H 0M

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