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An Introduction to Clinical Skills in Infant Mental Health- The First Three Years

Mares, Sarah, Newman, Louise K. and Warren, Beulah (2011). An Introduction to Clinical Skills in Infant Mental Health- The First Three Years. (2nd ed.) Camberwell, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER Press).

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IRMA ID MENbsnellxPUB48
Author Mares, Sarah
Newman, Louise K.
Warren, Beulah
Title An Introduction to Clinical Skills in Infant Mental Health- The First Three Years
Place of Publication Camberwell, VIC
Publisher Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER Press)
Publication Year 2011
Edition 2nd
ISBN 9780864319661   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
HERDC Category A2 - Book - Authored, other (internal)
Abstract Infancy and the field of infant mental health have attracted increasing scientific and clinical interest over the last 25 years. The field has emerged as a result of advances in knowledge of infant development, the development of tools for infant observational research and assessment, and integration of diverse theoretical frameworks that can be used to consider the relationship between infants and carers. There is increasing evidence that the experiences of infants and toddlers in the early years of life have direct and indirect effects on development. Developmental neurobiology and attachment theory provide a more complex and integrated understanding of developmental processes, as well as models to look at the interaction of multiple factors affecting infant development. The field of infant mental health reflects this multidisciplinary influence.
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