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Fellowship Dedicated to Working on the Parent-Child Relationship

3/3/2005:   Applications are being accepted through March 31 for the Infant-Parent Mental Health Fellowship, offered by the Child Development Unit, Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

Over 20 weekend sessions, beginning in September 2005, the fellowship will train clinicians from different disciplines to treat infants and young children who, with their parents, are suffering from mental health disorders, psychopathology, and relationship disorders.

Founded and directed by Drs. Ed Z. Tronick and Kristie Brandt, the fellowship is based on its highly acclaimed sister program, the Napa County Health and Human Services Agency.

To learn more, visit www.infantparentfellowship.org.

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