Join Gilad Amshalom, an expert in the field of infant and child mental health, as he discusses some of the challenges we as parents are going through. He will be talking about ways to cope during this challenging time, strategies to be emotionally available to your children, help with regulation and the reality that our lives have changed, and how to help our children react to these changes.
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Gilad Amshalom is a speech-language pathologist and holds a BA from Haifa University and a master’s degree from the Hebrew University (Jerusalem) in infant and early childhood mental health. Amshalom joined the Infant-Parent Mental Health Postgraduate Fellowship/Certificate Program at the University of Massachusetts Boston in March 2019. For the past seven years, Gilad has worked closely with infants and their families, as well as with educational staff and governmental programs.+ More... - Less...
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