Save The Date! February 27, 2015
Early Childhood Neurobiological Development and Its Effects on Language, Learning, and Mental Health
Register by February 13th, 2015.
Featured Speaker: Jane Clarke
Jane Clarke, Ph.D., SLP/SpEd, IMH-IV
Infant Mental Health Mentor, Consultant and Trainer
Jane Clarke, PhD, is the Co-Director of the First Judicial District Infant Team and is a consultant and trainer for other Infant Teams in New Mexico. She teaches Advanced Clinical Seminars in Infant Mental Health at the UNM-CDD with her colleague, Deborah Harris, LISW. Her background is in Speech-Language Pathology, Special Education and Infant Mental Health. Jane has extensive assessment and intervention experience with high-risk families, regulatory-sensory processing disorders and prenatal drug exposure, and is endorsed by the New Mexico Associations for Infant Mental Health as a level 4 Infant Mental Health Mentor. In addition, she has completed the Advanced Circle of Security Assessment and Treatment Protocol; is certified as a Train the Trainer in Dr. Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics; is a member of Dr. Allan Schore’s Berkeley, CA study group; and maintains ongoing reflective supervision in the DIR model through the Profectum Foundation.