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  • Disorganized Attachment: The Search for Light Between the Cracks of Pain and Hope


    When a child has a secure attachment, he or she can explore the surrounding world safely, trusting and knowing that their parent or primary caregiver will welcome him or her back with open arms. When she lived with her mother and father, Eva’s parents were her primary attachment figures whom she would turn to in… Read More ▶

  • Diversity-Informed Infant Mental Health Practice in Our Current Context

    Active attention to diversity is essential to the field of infant mental health (IMH) where self-awareness and relationships are the core of our work. However, in light of the current ambiguous political context that highlights our need to protect threats to civil rights, fight the continued oppression of people of color and continue to advocate… Read More ▶