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2011 MI-AIMH Biennial Conference | Keynote Address (Ann Arbor, MI)

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Promoting Reflective Functioning with Infants, Toddlers, Families and Professionals: Traditional and Non-Traditional Approaches

Monday, May 16, 2011 morning
Keynote Address – Suzi Tortora, Ed. D.

Monday, May 16, 2011 afternoon
Case Presentation Panel Speaker - Suzi Tortora, Ed. D.

Lecturer, Laban Movement Analyst, author and dance movement psychotherapist in New York City and the Hudson Valley area of New York.

Workshop/Poster Submission:

MI-AIMH invites proposals for two-hour workshops related to the promotion of reflective functioning within the practice of infant mental health. Workshops may be clinical or empirical and may address any of the following topics: prevention, assessment, intervention, research, or policy development. Within these general topic areas, proposals should address traditional or nontraditional approaches for the promotion of reflective functioning and practices in parents, families, and professionals; evaluation of reflective practice within programs; support of reflective functioning in professionals and their supervisors; or discussion of barriers to reflective functioning.

We also invite students to submit proposals for poster presentations related to studies in the infant-family field.

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