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Title: What Works? A Webinar Series on Effective Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation


1
What Works? A Webinar Series on Effective
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
  • Presented by the Georgetown University
  • Center for Child and Human Development
  • with sponsorship from
  • The A.L. Mailman Family Foundation
  • Moderated by Kathy Hepburn, GUCCHD
  • Technical support by Kevin Enright, GUCCHD

2
Use the Chat (QA) pod to ask a question or
respond to a general question to the audience.
3
Logistics
  • Close all file sharing applications and streaming
    music and video
  • Send questions during the webinar that will be
    held for QA periods
  • After the webinar
  • Evaluation
  • Archives, support materials, and unanswered
    questions at http//gucchd.georgetown.edu/90642.
    html

4
Webinar Series
For brief descriptions of each webinar, go to
http//gucchd.georgetown.edu/90642.html
5
Webinar 3Preparing and Supporting the
Workforce Part 2Training and Supervision of
ECMH Consultants
  • Presenters
  • Kadija Johnston
  • UCSF Infant-Parent Program/Day Care Consultants,
    California
  • Mary Mackrain
  • Child Care Expulsion Prevention, Michigan
  • Deborah Hirschland
  • Consultant, Together for Kids, Massachusetts
  • June 30, 2010

6
Todays Webinar
  • Describe the state of work force development and
    preparation for early childhood mental health
    consultants
  • Revisit key study findings related to the
    training and supervision of effective ECMH
    consultants
  • Present three approaches to training and
    supervision of early childhood mental health
    consultants
  • Identify strategies, tools, and resources to
    support consultant training and supervision
  • Highlight resources for further guidance

7
Workforce Development
  • Most preparation occurs as in-service training
  • Formal programs in ECMH but not all teach
    consultation
  • Efforts to establish ECMHC core competencies
  • Erikson Institute research report
  • ECMH initiatives and State Infant Mental Health
    Associations
  • Future
  • Continued efforts to establish core competencies
    and their validity
  • Standards for supervision
  • Integration into credentialing systems

8
National Scan Highlights
Of the 29 states that indicated availability of
ECMHC
  • Lessons Learned
  • Need to identify core competencies
  • Consultants need reflective supervision
  • Need to focus on cultural responsiveness

9
An Emerging Model for ECMHC
10
Training Topics
  • Consultation program model/fidelity
  • Programmatic components (MIS, tools, etc.)
  • Early childhood mental health
  • Developmental norms, observation,
  • Consultation topics
  • Initiating consultation, consultative stance ,
    etc.
  • Social and emotional assessment tools
  • Evidence-based/informed practices e.g. Second
    Step, Incredible Years, CSEFEL/Teaching Pyramid
  • Cultural competence
  • Community resources

11
Training andSupport Methods
  • Outside of ECMHC Program
  • Pre-service
  • External trainings and seminars
  • State early childhood initiative
  • State Infant Mental Health Association
  • Licensing/CEU courses
  • Interagency meetings
  • Inside of ECMHC Program
  • Orientation
  • Core curriculum/seminar series
  • In-service/training
  • Mentoring
  • Shadowing
  • Clinical team meetings
  • Peer networking
  • Technical assistance

12
Supervision
  • Clinical (weekly/bi-weekly)
  • Mental health agency
  • Administrative (weekly/bi-weekly)
  • Mental health agency
  • ECMHC program/agency
  • Early care and education program
  • Reflective (weekly/bi-weekly)
  • Mental health agency
  • Practitioner trained in reflective supervision
  • Peer group facilitation

13
Question Review and Response
14
Resources
  • Creating a Workforce in Early Childhood Mental
    Health
  • Defining the Competent Specialist, Herr Research
    Center for Children and Social Policy at Erikson
    Institute
  • Creating a Workforce in Early Childhood Mental
    Health Defining the Competent Specialist
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
  • A Developing Profession in Focal Point
    Research, policy, practice in childrens mental
    health, Winter 2008. http//www.rtc.pdx.edu/pgFPW0
    8TOC.php
  • Developing the work force for an infant and early
    childhood mental health system of care in Social
    and Emotional Health in Early Childhood Building
    Bridges Between Services and Systems. Edited by
    Deborah F. Perry, Roxane K. Kaufmann, Jane
    Knitzer, Baltimore Paul H. Brookes Co

15
Resources
  • What Works? study Resource Compendium
  • http//gucchd.georgetown.edu/78358.html
  • http//gucchd.georgetown.edu/products/78366.html
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation An
  • Evaluation Toolkit (2007)
  • http//gucchd.georgetown.edu/72407.html
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (2000
    2005)
  • A Training Guide for the Early Childhood Services
    Community
  • http//mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/publications/allpub
    s/svp05-0151/
  • http//mentalhealth.samhsa.gov/publications/allpub
    s/svp05-0151B/
  • Center for Early Childhood Mental Health
    Consultation
  • http//www.ecmhc.org

16
For More Information
  • Kadija Johnston
  • kadijaj_at_itsa.ucsf.edu
  • Mary Mackrain
  • mackrain_at_aol.com
  • http//sites.google.com/site/michiganecmh/home
  • Deborah Hirschland
  • dhirschland_at_gmail.com
  • http//sites.google.com/site/deborahhirschland

17
Join us for the next webinar.
  • High Quality Services Interventions that Work
    and Successful Strategies for Serving Special
    Populations
  • Wednesday, July 28, 2010
  • 2-330 PM EST, 11 AM-1230 PM PT
  • Presenters
  • Linda Brault
  • California Inclusive Child Care, CA
  • Cate Drinan
  • Morrison Child Family Services, OR
  • Carole Upshure and Melodie Wenz Gross
  • University of Massachusetts Medical Center, MA

18
After the Webinar
  • Evaluation
  • https//www4.georgetown.edu/uis/keybridge/keyform/
    form.cfm?FormID3718
  • Unaddressed questions/archives on webpage
  • For any webinar connection/participation issues,
    contact Kathy Hepburn,
  • ksh_at_georgetown.edu
  • Thank You
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