Posted by Peggy Kaufman
Eight years ago JF&CS embraced the idea of becoming a hub for Infant Mental Health training in Boston and welcomed the creation of the Infant-Parent Training Institute (IPTI). Since that time, I have had the great pleasure to be part of the IPTI leadership team and faculty, which has given me the opportunity to work among the most thoughtful, caring, and intelligent professionals in our field.
A comprehensive article about the Infant-Parent Training Institute, authored by three members of the faculty, was recently published in the Zero to Three journal’s issue on “Developing a Competent Workforce.” Zero to Three is the preeminent national journal in the field of infant and toddler development so we were honored when staff from the journal approached us last winter to request an article about IPTI for this special issue.
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