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Infant-Family Early Childhood Mental Health

California State Endorsement

IFECMH Endorsees in Humboldt County

Advanced Infant-Family and Early Childhood Transdisciplinary Practitioner

Katherine D. Allen (0-5)

Beth Heavilin (0-5)

Transdisciplinary Mental Health Practitioner

Mary Ann Hansen (0-5)

Jennifer Mager (3-5)

Laura J. Power (0-5)

Mental Health Specialist

Julie C. Branson (0-5)

Sheri Graham-Whitt (0-5)

Jeannie Mood Campbell (0-5)

Jessica Montague (0-5)

Melia Brooke Porter (0-5)

Meg A. Walkley (0-5)

Reflective Practice Facilitators I, Reflective Practice Facilitators II & Reflective Practice Mentors

Jeannie Mood Campbell (RPM)

Sheri Graham-Whitt (RPF II)

Mary Ann Hansen (RPF I)

Beth Heavilin (RPF I)

Laura J. Power (RPF I)

Meg A. Walkley (RPM)

Categories for Endorsement

  • Professionals seeking endorsement as a Transdisciplinary Mental Health Practitioner are working directly with infants and families in some capacity. This category is specially designed for professionals working in any number of different capacities, from human service agencies, health care offices, or educational programs.
  • Advanced Transdisciplinary Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioners are those with a master’s degree or higher in a relevant field who have already been endorsed by the California Center for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health, having met the criteria for the Transdisciplinary IFECMH Practitioner. To qualify as Advanced Transdisciplinary IFECMH Practitioners, they need to have a minimum of eight years of direct experience with infants and young children, prenatal up to age 5.
  • Reflective Practice Facilitators I and II (RPF I and II) are people already endorsed by the California Center for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health who support the reflective practice of providers who work with infants, toddlers, young children, and their families and have also completed an additional set of trainings and competencies that focus on the reflective practice facilitation process outlined in the California Compendium of Training Guidelines, Personnel Competencies, and Professional Endorsement Criteria for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health. A Reflective Practice Facilitator I must first be endorsed as a Transdisciplinary Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner, Advanced Transdisciplinary Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Practitioner or Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist. A Reflective Practice Facilitator II must currently be endorsed as an Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist.
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