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Child Mental Health Forum 2016-2017 Calendar ~ SAVE-THE-DATES

August 5, 2016

**NEW TIME** Wednesdays 10:00AM TO 11:15AMLimited Free Parking Available at JBCC 2016-2017 CALENDAR ~ Save-the-dates (updated!) October 5, 2016 - Sleep and Psychiatric Disorders: Cause or Effect? Robert Stickgold, Ph.D.Associate Professor of PsychiatryBeth Israel Deaconess Center and Harvard Medical School November 2, 2016 - Poor Self-Regulation in Children: From Genes to Brains to Treatment Robert Althoff, M.D., Ph.D.Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Pediatrics & Psychological ScienceDirector of Behavioral GeneticsUniversity of Vermont College of Medicine December 7, 2016 - Cultur...
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Parenting Matters: Supporting Parents of Children Ages 0-8

July 26, 2016

Dr. William R. Beardslee, Judge Baker Trustee and Senior Research Advisor, is a member of the Committee on Supporting the Parents of Young Children; Board on Children, Youth, and Families; Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education; National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine which just released a report:
Thanda F. Brassard

Judge Baker Welcomes Thanda F. Brassard to the Board of Trustees

June 27, 2016

BOSTON, MA (June 27, 2016) – Judge Baker Children’s Center (Judge Baker), a national leader in children’s mental health, today announced that it elected Thanda F. Brassard, vice president and trust counsel at Fiduciary Trust, to its Board of Trustees. Thanda Brassard is also vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Fiduciary Trust Company of New England where she serves as chair of its trust committee and as a director of the firm. Thanda has in-depth experience counseling individuals and families on their estate and gift tax planning matters. In her capacity as a trust...
Robert P. Franks, PhD

President's Blog ~ June 2016

June 20, 2016

Summer has arrived! We’ve waited with anticipation for the warm weather, beauty of the outdoors and opportunities to enjoy our families and friends. Children eagerly await the end of the school year and look forward to summer vacation. Summer is finally here. Unfortunately, for many children, mental health challenges don’t take a vacation in the summer months. While children may experience less academic pressure, the increased amount of unstructured time with family can sometimes exacerbate their difficulties. For children with social challenges, summer vacation can present added stress. W...

Vermont Department for Children and Families seeks a Deputy Commissioner for its Family Services Division

June 10, 2016

The Vermont Department for Children and Families seeks a Deputy Commissioner for its Family Services Division The Division provides child protection, child welfare and youth justice services throughout the state. With the Family Services Leadership Team, the Deputy Commissioner provides overall leadership for and management for the division and ensures that the division: provides high quality services in compliance with federal and state requirements; manages budget, revenue, and contracts, as a good steward of taxpayer dollars; maintains a contracted system of care, including foster care, tha...
Brina Einstein

Honoring 25 years at Manville School ~ Brina Einstein

May 31, 2016

Brina Einstein came to Manville School in September of 1991 as the Assistant Director of Manville’s Parent Support Program. In 1999 she assumed the mantle of directing the program, and her work has since evolved over time to reflect her seemingly endless energy, creativity and initiative. For years now, she has juggled a wide array of tasks and programs. She leads the Parent Support program and its Parent Support group. Scores of parents have cycled through this group and found Brina’s ability to create a safe, supportive atmosphere crucial in helping them heal and move things forward for ...

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