Enhancing Early Social-Emotional Functioning in Infants and Toddlers Using a Relationship-Based Infant Mental Health Approach

Principal Investigator:
Holly Brophy-Herb

The team has developed a curriculum designed to improve early childhood social-emotional outcomes among children participating in Early Head Start programs. To evaluate the curriculum, home visitors from two sites were randomly selected to receive training in the curriculum or provide their regular services, and outcomes from parents and children from these groups are being compared.

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Additional CERC members: Laurie Van Egeren
Funder: U.S. Administration for Children and Families
MSU Partners: Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative; Department of Family and Child Ecology; College of Nursing; University Outreach and Engagement
Community Partners: Jackson Community Action Agency; Eight Community Action Program